Home of Boston DJ Paul Dailey
A highly respected veteran of the dance music scene in New England and beyond, Paul Dailey has been crafting his art for more than three decades.
Hailing from Boston, Paul has traveled extensively and performed in some of the top venues and cities in the world (including Philadelphia, Toronto, Santo Domingo, Chicago, Montreal, Minneapolis, and London – as well as WMC in Miami, Forecastle in Louisville, and Movement/ DEMF in Detroit.) Paul regularly plays at Rise in Boston, Red Door in Portsmouth, and Sullivan Room in New York City. He has played at some of the best parties and festivals in North America, alongside many of the best Techno DJs in the world including Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Marco Bailey, Adam Beyer, Green Velvet and Chris Liebing (to name a few.)
Paul also has many years of experience as a radio mix show DJ and hosts a bi-weekly podcast called Hardwired.
Stepping from behind the decks, Paul has worked for as a freelance journalist for more than 15 years, contributing interviews, and reviews to numerous industry publications including DJ Times (worldwide), Kick Magazine (Toronto), Upfront UK (London) and dancemusic.about.com (worldwide). In the studio, Paul has amassed an impressive discography of original releases, including EPs on labels from Germany, Holland, Japan and the USA.
A student and teacher – Paul has showed his love for DJing with students for many years. Paul currently teaches a DJ 101 class at Boston Center For Adult Education, was the founder of the DJ Mix Academy (first DJ school in Boston) and has been a guest speaker at Harvard University, Winter Music Conference in Miami, Amsterdam Dance Event in Holland, and the International DJ Expo in Atlantic City.
A highly regarded performer, artist and industry leader; Paul is a DJ, Producer, Music Journalist, and Teacher with impeccable credentials. An unwavering supporter of techno and underground music in general, you can find Paul on the road nearly every weekend, tirelessly bringing his sound to audiences near and far.
If you would like more information about Paul, you can visit his website (www.pauldailey.com), where you can access his complete press kit. You can also drop him an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org