Da Sunlounge, based in the Midlands UK, began DJ’ing in the deep house scene over 20 years ago. In the early days of his career, he co-hosted the successful Travelling Without Moving night and shared the 1210s on many occasions with the likes of Terry Francis, Clive Henry (Peace Division), Andy Wetherall, Rob Mello, Atjazz, Digs’n’Woosh, Rocky, Elliot Eastwick, Fred Everything, A Man Called Adam, House of 909, the DIY DJ’s plus many more. In 2000, he played out a dub plate of one of his first productions. The guest DJ, Clive Henry (Peace Division) immediately signed it to his label, Low Pressings. Later that year, Da Sunlounge followed it up with a second release on Low Pressings, which was played by Danny Rampling to open his Radio 1 show live from Ibiza. Shortly after, Da Sunlounge was head hunted by Canadian label 83 West to release on their sub-label Camouflage recordings. Alongside the likes of H-Foundation, DJ Sneak, Peace Division, Gene Farris, Stacy Kidd, and DJ Rasoul. As his career progressed, Da Sunlounge went on to release on numerous labels including, Cajual, King Street, Defected, Mother Recordings, 2020 Vision, OM, Salted Music, Outcross, and remixing artists such as Mood II Swing , Crazy P & Roland Clark, and more recently Miguel Campbell & Sonny Fodera. His music also found its way on to front cover mounts such as Mixmag, and compilation CDs by Fabric, Defected, Ministry of Sound, Mn2S, NRK and Hed Kandi. In 2001, his own label Myna Music was launched, gaining support from a wide array of DJs around the globe and picking up plays on leading radio stations such as Radio 1. Myna has remained strong over the years and reached it’s 15th year anniversary in 2016 with a back catalogue of over 60 releases. In 2005, Da Sunlounge launched his second label, Bambino Recordings. In 2008 he joined forces with Andy Riley (Inland Knights) to launch the Borrowed Music label. The success of Da Sunlounge’s productions subsequently led to a busy international DJ schedule, playing at some outstanding events. To name a few memorable ones... - DJ’ing at the top of Sugarloaf Mountain in Brazil - Boat party around Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge - Playground Weekender in Australia on the same bill as Laurent Garnier - Pacha, Dubai on the same bill as Dimitri from Paris - DJ’ing within a castle grounds in Bratislava - Playing huge beach parties to 1000s in Eastern Europe - At home in the UK, at the world renowned Fabric, Abode & Hot Bed events in London. Over the past two decades, DJ’ing has taken him to the USA, Brazil, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Dubai, South Africa, Serbia, Spain, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Georgia, Croatia, Turkey, Slovakia, Poland, Denmark, Latvia, Germany, Belgium, Bulgaria, Norway, Russia, Sweden, and of course all over the UK. 2019 still sees Da Sunlounge holding his own, with chart topping tracks on Beatport & Traxsource, and gaining a place in the Traxsource top 100 Artist's and best selling tracks of 2015/2016/2017/2018.