Dan Beaumont

Dan Beaumont keeps London dancing. He cut his teeth as promoter and resident of the influential Disco Bloodbath parties back in the 00s before going on to open his own venue; the game-changing queer bar/club/art space Dalston Superstore in 2009. He followed this up with London’s best small club Dance Tunnel (RIP), in between maintaining a globe-trotting DJ schedule and his 10 year stint as an NTS resident with co-pilot Nadia Ksaiba.

He’s made some bangers from time like the ubiquitous Trippy Pumper on the Classic and Spirit Talkin’ on Spencer Parker’s respected Work Them imprint. He is also behind the essential Chapter 10 queer raves. Dan’s record box is a usually a combination of house spanning 25 years, disco screamers, italo, Hi NRG, occasional techno, home-made jams and secret floor fillers.

pronouns: he/him