Deepside Deejays


Deepside Deejays are: Victor de la Pena and Dave Pryce. Being aware of the complexity of the house/club phenomenon, the project started from the desire to come up with something new on the house music scene, being among the first Romanian house music projects that along with David Deejay and Inna invented and sustained the "popcorn" style phenomenon. The guys reunited as Deepside Deejays in 2008 and started producing and remixing in their unique style, counting till present over 50 remixes and 20 original singles.

Their first smashing single "Beautiful Days" was successful both in Europe and internationally, in countries such as India, Dubai, Egypt, or Morocco. It reached the number 1 position in Poland, Morocco, India, Greece, Cyprus, Romania, Malta, reached top ten in Sweden, Norway and in the Scandinavian countries and reached top 20 in France and German dance charts.

In 2009 they become a "must" of the international music contests winning the remix competition organised by the electronic music label Toolroom Records, remixing one of the most famous producers and DJs, Dirty South. In January 2009 Deepside Deejays were declared the winners of the Gfab Records contest, remixing "Get Shaky" of the famous producer Ian Carey and only a few days after that, a press release from the well known label Cr2 announced that the Deepside Deejays were "The Overall Winners" in the John Dahlback - Everywhere Remix Competition. Soon after, the boys started working for various Gfab Records projects, such as: Thomas Gold, Soul Avengerz and The Good Guys.

In May 2009 Deepside Deejays were declared the "Grand Final Winners" in a competition organized by FOEM in colaboration with Martin Solveig. The winning remix was announced by Martin Solveig himself, during the INOX Festival in France, on 17th of May.

In 2009 they won The Best DJ Award at Romanian Music Awards 2009, being nominated on another two categories: Best Dance and Best New Act and in 2010 they won The Best Featuring Award at Romanian Music Awards 2010 and the Best Dance Project at Awards.

Also in 2010 one of the most famous DJs worldwide, Tiesto, gets familiar with their remix for "Don`t Say it`s Over" (of the Romanian artist Alex), and decides to include this remix both in his radio show "Elements of Life" and in his live acts, contributing to their career`s rising and success.

Deepside Deejays have just closed a deal and obtained a contract in Russia. This consists of a a series of concerts and a promotional campaign, interviews and advertising for the most important music channels in Russia, such as Muz TV.