D.O.D. (DJ)

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Birth name Dan O'Donnell
Born Lancaster, England, United Kingdom
  • Keyboard
  • Guitar
  • Synthesizer
Years active 2009–present
Labels Spinnin' Records
Mixmash Records
Fool's Gold Records
Fly Eye Records
Wall Recordings
Ones to Watch
Associated acts Deorro, Angger Dimas, Laidback Luke, Sandro Silva, Futuristic Polar Bears, Jewelz & Sparks, Henry Fong, Moksi
Website www.djdod.com/

Dan O'Donnell (born Lancaster, England), better known as D.O.D., is a British DJ and record producer.[1]


Active since 2009, D.O.D. was supported at his beginning by renowned artists such as Laidback Luke, with Mixmash Records hosting most of D.O.D.'s productions.[2]

A collaboration between him and Laidback Luke, called "Flashing Lights", was released in April 2014.[3]

D.O.D. performed at Ultra Europe in 2016. D.O.D released Blip on 7 November 2016 with which he decided to define his own genre. He dubbed this new sound "Future Jack".[4] The song was primarily characterised by its heavy electronic sounds and repetitive nature. Many of the sounds are reminiscent of a song he released earlier that year called Taking You Back, which Afrojack worked on as well. His latest releases including Don't Wait with Tommy Trash and Ghetto all continue this sound as D.O.D tries to push forward the "Future Jack" movement.


Charting singles[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album

2014 "Bananas" [A] Non-album single
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.


Title[6] Year Label
Hello 2009 Big Machine Records
Binary / Destroy
(with Jason Herd)
2012 Vicious
Beat 'n Drum Initials Records
Hands / Smash Tash Magik Muzik
Headache in a Bottle Dim Mak
Slammer Vicious
Let's Rock / Generation 2013 Magik Muzik
Cheers House of Fun
Bomb the Bass / Break Dim Mak
Generation Relentless Music
(with Deorro)
Dim Mak
Bananas Mixmash Records
(with Angger Dimas)
Want To Dim Mak
Stomp 2014 Mixmash Records
Flashing Lights
(with Laidback Luke)
Mixmash Records
Chasing Dreams
(with Sandro Silva)
Steel Drum
Purr Like a Walrus
(vs. Insane Creatures)
Digital Shamans Records
Brain Contortion D-A-R-K Records
Pop Pop Hysteria Recs
Do Your Thing Mixmash Records
All or Nothing
(with Dave Silcox featuring Little Nikki)
Bust Dem
(with Henry Fong)
Spinnin' Records
Temper Mixmash Records
Enter WOLV
Blow Up
(with Duckworthsound)
Hysteria Recs
Those Mixmash Records
(with Futuristic Polar Bears)
Wall Recordings
Taking You Back
(Afrojack Edit)
(vs. Jewelz & Sparks)
Doorn Records
Honey Fly Eye Records
Zipper Doorn Records
(with J-Trick)
2017 Wall Recordings
Sixes Axtone
Satisfy Size Records
Love's Gonna Get You
(with Fedde Le Grand)
Spinnin' Records
(Afrojack Edit)
Wall Recordings
Unforgettable Axtone
Ghetto Wall Recordings
Don't Wait
(with Tommy Trash)
Doorn Records
Incline Axtone
(with Sunstars)
Protocol Recordings
(with Moksi)
Bones 2018 Doorn Records
(with DJ Afrojack and TIM-BER)
Wall Recordings
Glow Axtone


Title Year Label
Hoy Es? EP 2010 Pro-Zak Trax
More Cowbell EP 2013 Ones To Watch Records
Fire EP 2013

Remixes and edits[edit]



  • A ^ "Bananas" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 14 on the Dance Bubbling Under chart.[5]


  1. ^ "D.O.D: Information". The DJ List. 
  2. ^ "biografie · D.O.D · Dan O'Donnell · DJ". partyflock.nl. 
  3. ^ "D.O.D". Beatport Top Tracker. 
  4. ^ https://www.facebook.com/djdod/videos/1484621274883238/. Retrieved 19 November 2017.  Missing or empty |title= (help)[non-primary source needed]
  5. ^ a b "Discografie D.O.D". Belgium (Flanders) Charts Portal. Hung Medien. 
  6. ^ "D.O.D Tracks on Beatport". Beatport. Beatport. Retrieved 19 November 2017. 
  7. ^ "Need You - Single by Rebecca & Fiona on Apple Music". iTunes Store. Retrieved 18 June 2018. 

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