Dave Seaman

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Dave Seaman
Dave Seaman in Melbourne in 2006.
Dave Seaman in Melbourne in 2006.
Background information
Born (1968-04-29) 29 April 1968 (age 54)
OriginLeeds, West Yorkshire, UK
GenresElectronic, tech house, techno, deep house, progressive house
Occupation(s)DJ, record producer
Years active1990–present
LabelsAudio Therapy, Selador Recordings

Dave Seaman (born 29 April 1968) is a British DJ and record producer. He was formerly a member of the DMC Publishing,[1] and editor of music magazine Mixmag.[2]


He formed Brothers in Rhythm with Steve Anderson and they were later joined by Alan Bremner, doing production work for (amongst others) Pet Shop Boys and Kylie Minogue and remixes for David Bowie, New Order, U2, Michael Jackson and more.

He has since founded Audio Therapy record label and now runs Selador Recordings with Steve Parry.[3] He is also well known for his releases in the famed Renaissance Masters Series and a number of releases for Global Underground.

Early life[edit]

He went to school in Garforth, West Yorkshire.


Mix albums[edit]


  • 2013: "The Holy Ghost" (Tulipa)
  • 2013: "Everything Come in Threes" (Tulipa)
  • 2014: "Naughty Forest" (Selador)
  • 2014: "Justified Replacement of Lulu" (Selador)
  • 2014: "Distraction Tactics" (Sullivan Room)
  • 2015: "Right Side of Wrong" (Sudbeat)
  • 2015: "Sparkle Motion" (Tulipa)
  • 2015: "Dance in Tongues/Strobelight Symphony" (Noir)
  • 2015: "Private Education" (Suara)
  • 2015: "Gumball" (Hive Audio)
  • 2016: "Nightfalls" (Selador)
  • 2016: "Do Geese See God/Devil Never Even Lived" (Carioca)


  1. ^ "Dave Seaman". DMC World Magazine. 19 October 2011. Retrieved 30 October 2019.
  2. ^ "Dave Seaman (Dario D'Attis remix)". Mixmag. Retrieved 30 October 2019.
  3. ^ ""This year Dave Seaman and I want to help push our Selador gigs. We've done Watergate, Space Ibiza, Ministry of Sound, Pikes Ibiza, and Club NL in Amsterdam, so we are looking to keep up the quality and broaden our horizons" - Steve Parry". Decoded Magazine. 15 May 2019. Retrieved 30 October 2019.

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