Daniel Hunt

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Daniel Hunt
Daniel Hunt
Daniel Hunt in Mexico, 2011
Background information
Born (1974-07-25) July 25, 1974 (age 44)
OriginLiverpool, England
GenresElectronic, synthpop, new wave
Occupation(s)Musician, composer, songwriter, producer
InstrumentsSynthesizers, guitar, bass, backing vocals
Years active1990s—present
Associated actsLadytron, Marnie, Pink Industry, Venini, Jules Verne

Daniel Hunt is an English musician, songwriter and producer. He is a founding member, principal songwriter and producer of the electronic band Ladytron.


He met Reuben Wu in Liverpool in 1995 and formed Ladytron with him in 1999, along with Mira Aroyo and Helen Marnie.

In 2003, he set up the Liverpool club, Evol and subsequently collaborated in 2005 on the celebrated Korova bar in the city.[1] In addition to the band, he also DJ's around the world both solo and with other band members.[2] His vocals are featured in the Ladytron' songs "International Dateline" and "Versus".

He has produced other artists such as Christina Aguilera, Marina Gasolina and Niue, and remixed the likes of Dave Gahan, Soulwax, Placebo, Simian, Paul Weller and Blondie.

He has worked on several movie scores, including that of Would You Rather starring Sasha Grey, in collaboration with Icelandic friend Barði Jóhannsson. Hunt joined Pink Industry as guitarist for their first show in 25 years in January 2012 at Cine Joia, São Paulo, Brazil.

Hunt produced Ladytron bandmate Helen Marnie's debut solo album Crystal World, that was released in 2013. He is currently producing the forthcoming sixth Ladytron album, and working on other unrelated projects.

In 2016, he co-produced the Blind Spot (EP) for the band Lush.[3]





  1. ^ Wright, Jade (2008-04-25). "Ladytron's tour de force". Liverpool Echo. Trinity Mirror. Retrieved 2009-07-19.
  2. ^ http://www.thefader.com/2009/05/27/five-questions-for-ladytron
  3. ^ Geslani, Michelle (19 February 2016). "Lush announce Blind Spot EP, share "Out of Control" song and video — watch". Consequence of Sound. Retrieved 19 February 2016.