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Disco Fries
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Nicholas Ditri and Daniel Boselovic
Background information
OriginNew York City, United States
Years active2009–present
Associated acts
  • Nick Ditri
  • Danny Boselevic

Disco Fries is an American production duo consisting of Nick Ditri and Danny Boselovic.


In late fall of 2004, Danny Boselovic and Nick Ditri met as roommates in their freshman year at Berklee College of Music in Boston.[1] Nick grew up on hip-hop and New York-centric dance music and ran an independent record label. Danny was a trombone player and fan of Radiohead and technology. They started experimenting on music together in their freshman year.

The duo has hit the Hypem #1 spot multiple times with their releases on labels such as Cr2, Strictly Rhythm, OneLove, and Vicious Recordings. After recently being named one of VIBE Magazine "30 DJs to Watch in 2013",[2] the Disco Fries partnered with Novation to create a Max for Live plug-in dubbed "Konversate" for use with the Launchpad in their live sets.[3] In late 2013, The Disco Fries became a FabFilter Endorsed Artist.[4]


Upon his receipt of the DJ Mag and KLM DJ Legend Award, Tiesto released a free download where The Disco Fries was featured called “iTrance."[5] The Tiesto and Disco Fries collaboration first began as a rumor when an Instagram video emerged with the two acts working together in the studio. As of December 2013, "iTrance" has earned more than 500,000 plays on SoundCloud.[6] In early 2014, The Disco Fries were chosen by Tiësto and 7 Up to be one of their Bubbling UP DJs for the #7x7UP campaign.[7]

The Disco Fries recently produced two tracks on Tiesto 'A Town Called Paradise,' both "Wasted" featuring Matthew Koma and "Shimmer" featuring Christian Burns (production and writing credit).[8] “Wasted” went Gold as certified by the RIAA for digital sales in excess of 500,000 in the USA.[9] They've also received co-write and composer credits on Krewella "Live For The Night" along with the members of Cash Cash.


Autonomous is the debut EP from The Disco Fries. It was self-released on 6 April 2015 by Liftoff Recordings and was preceded by "Head In The Clouds" featuring 311 frontman Nick Hexum. Additional features on the release include Breathe Carolina, Raine Maida of Our Lady Peace and UK artist Hope Murphy. Autonomous entered the iTunes Dance Album Chart at number 76 and peaked Top 50. Upon its release, Autonomous received positive reviews from music critics ranging from Billboard[10] and MTV[11] to Dancing Astronaut[12] and KROQ.[13] Matt Medved of Billboard stated, "On the release's lead single, "Head in the Clouds," the producers buoy Hexum's upbeat verses and radio-ready chorus with a gentle blend of buoyant chord hits, tight percussion, and subtle vocoder refrains. It's a more unapologetically accessible sound than 311 ever struck, but the Fries succeed in setting Hexum's vocals within the electronic backdrop without it feeling too forced.".[10] The acoustic version of "Head In The Clouds" premiered on Guitar World via Acoustic Nation.[14] Regarding "All I Wanna" with Breathe Carolina, Rao Paoletta of MTV stated, "The Disco Fries’ latest track will make you feel like you’re at the club wherever you are, from Ibiza to the elliptical and have collaborated with electro-rockers Breathe Carolina to grace your eardrums with “All I Wanna.”.[11] The Halogen Remix for "Born Ready" featuring Hope Murphy went #1 on Hype Machine.


In 2013, The Disco Fries performed over 75 shows around the world. Notable gigs have included playing alongside Tiesto at Hakkasan in Las Vegas,[15] Icona Pop and Krewella at Stage 48 in New York City for WKTU KTUphoria[16] and Tommie Sunshine at the Amsterdam Dance Event in The Netherlands.[17] The duo also completed bi-annual tours in Asia, Australia, Indonesia and Canada with a string of dates throughout mainland China, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Sydney, Perth, Toowoomba, Adelaide, Alberta, Ottawa, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labradour. On June 29, 2014 The Disco Fries played WKTU's Ktuphoria with Calvin Harris, Cash Cash, Ariana Grande, and Jennifer Lopez[18]


Extended plays[edit]



As lead artist[edit]

  • "Family Affair"[20]
  • "Forever" (featuring Maline)[21]
  • "The End (Want It All)" (with Loax featuring Jaki Nelson)[22]
  • "Concrete Heart" (with Vassy)[23]
  • "Moving Mountains" (featuring Ollie Green)[24]
  • "Apex"[25]
  • "Blue" (with Mimo featuring Jena Rose)[26]
  • "Turning Corners"[27]
  • "The Cut"
  • "U Make Me" (featuring Rachel Castro)
  • "Dance 2 Your Heartbeat" (with Tommie Sunshine and Wrongchilde featuring Sierra Kusterbeck)
  • "Side By Side"
  • "Moving On" (featuring Great Good Fine Ok)
  • "Reckless" (featuring Jared Lee)
  • "We Are Family (UK Pride Anthem)" (with Reigns)
  • "My World" (featuring Dee Roze)
  • "Nutcracker Suite"
  • "Forever" (vs. Vandalism and Tommie Sunshine)
  • "Somebody Told Me" (featuring Chrissy Quadros)
  • "Is It Over" (with Shanahan featuring Shy Martin)
  • "Day By Day" (featuring Katt Rose)
  • "We Are One" (with Kaaze featuring Danyka Nadeau)
  • "Volume" (featuring Fatman Scoop)
  • "Earthquake" (featuring Command Sisters)
  • "Louder"
  • "Head In The Clouds" (featuring Nick Hexum)
  • "Ramuh"
  • "Follow Me" (featuring Gazzo & Jones)
  • "The Light" (featuring Niko The Kid)
  • "We Got The Sound" (featuring Big Nab)
  • "Philtrum"
  • "Love Me Right" (featuring Amba Tremain)
  • "Parachutes"
  • "iTrance" (with Tiesto)
  • "Lose It"
  • "Bad Boy" (with Tommie Sunshine and Loopers)
  • "Open Your Eyes (Revelation)"
  • "Cool Without You" (with Tommie Sunshine featuring Kid Sister)
  • "Bass Off"
  • "Don't Let Me Down" (featuring Niles Mason)
  • "Born To Fly" (featuring Niles Mason)
  • "Heartbeat" (featuring Jeremy Carr and Hyper Crush)
  • "Party On" (featuring Honorebel)
  • "Bad Boy" (with Tommie Sunshine and Loopers)
  • Clinton Sparks "Watch You" (featuring The Disco Fries and Pitbull
  • "Don't Look Back" (with Tommie Sunshine)
  • "Killer" (with Clinton Sparks)

As featuring artist[edit]

  • Runaground (featuring Disco Fries) — "Stars Come Out"[28]
  • Lenay (featuring Zarah Bash and Disco Fries) — "La La Land"[29]


  • Domenico - "Sirens" (Disco Fries Remix)[30]
  • Jes - "No One Else" (Disco Fries Remix)[31]
  • Tritonal featuring Lourdiz — "Love U Right" (Disco Fries Remix)[32]
  • Icona Pop — "Just Another Night" (Disco Fries Remix)
  • Madison Avenue — "Don't Call Me Baby" (Tommie Sunshine and Disco Fries Remix)
  • Vensun featuring Sylvia Tosun and David Vendetta — "The Dragon Flies" (Disco Fries Remix)
  • Damien Anthony — "Sneak Attack" (Aylen Remix) (Disco Fries Edit)

Fries & Shine[edit]

Fries & Shine is a collaboration between The Disco Fries and NY producer Tommie Sunshine, a 3-hour podcast for Scion Radio.[33]


  • "Melbourne Bounce" (with Orkestrated featuring Big Nab)

Liftoff Recordings[edit]

In late 2013 The Disco Fries launched Liftoff Recordings, which will be a home for new Disco Fries releases as well as up and coming artists.[34]


  • LFT001 Gazzo — The Cage EP (Featuring Farewell Luna)
  • LFT002 Damien Anthony — Sneak Attack
  • LFT003 Aire Atlantica and Burban Gold - 51sick
  • LFT004 Live City — Bambada
  • LFT005 Disco Fries - Murika
  • LFT006 Klaud, AR2R, Funky Fool - Godzilla
  • LFT007 Kastra - Dolla Billz
  • LFT008 Live City - Shot Calla
  • LFT009 Various Artists - Sneak Attack and Godzilla The Remixes
  • LFT010 Fyor and Sex Panther - Spade
  • LFT011 Disco Fries (Featuring Big Nab) - We Got The Sound
  • LFT012 Gazzo — Inspire Remixes (Featuring Farewell Luna)
  • LFT013 Damien Anthony and Grand & Warren - Tres EP
  • LFT014 Aylen - Kill Room
  • LFT015 Disco Fries - Ramuh
  • LFT016 Landis & Crespo (featuring Fatman Scoop) - Lose Control
  • LFT001MA Disco Fries - Autonomous EP featuring 311 front man Nick Hexum, Breathe Carolina, Raine Maida of Our Lady Peace and UK artist Hope Murphy
  • LFT018 Disco Fries - Ramuh (Nitro Fun Remix)
  • LFT019 Disco Fries (featuring Nick Hexum) - Head In The Clouds
  • LFT020 Dirty Ducks (Featuring Big Nab) - Let's Rock
  • LFT022 Disco Fries (featuring Nick Hexum) - Head In The Clouds The Remixes


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  21. ^ "Forever (feat. Maline) - Single by Disco Fries on Apple Music". iTunes Store. Retrieved August 1, 2019.
  22. ^ "The End (Want It All) [feat. Jaki Nelson] - Single by Disco Fries on Apple Music". iTunes Store. Retrieved April 24, 2019.
  23. ^ Astronaut, Dancing (March 15, 2019). "Vassy – 'Concrete Heart'". Dancing Astronaut. Archived from the original on March 20, 2019. Retrieved March 20, 2019.
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  25. ^ "Apex - Single by Disco Fries on Apple Music". iTunes Store. Retrieved December 30, 2018.
  26. ^ "Blue (feat. Jena Rose) - Single by Disco Fries & Mimo on Apple Music". iTunes Store. Retrieved November 1, 2018.
  27. ^ "Turning Corners by Disco Fries on Spotify". Spotify. Retrieved August 19, 2018.
  28. ^ "Stars Come Out - Single by RUNAGROUND & Disco Fries on Apple Music". iTunes Store. Retrieved 5 October 2018.
  29. ^ "La La Land (feat. Zara Bash & Disco Fries) - Single by Lenay on Apple Music". iTunes Store. Retrieved 5 October 2018.
  30. ^ "Sirens (Disco Fries Remix) - Single by DOMENICO & Disco Fries on Apple Music". iTunes Store. Retrieved 1 August 2019.
  31. ^ "No One Else (Disco Fries Remix) - Single by JES on Apple Music". iTunes Store. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  32. ^ "Love U Right (feat. Lourdiz) [Remixes, Pt. 2] - EP by Tritonal on Apple Music". iTunes Store. Retrieved 25 September 2018.
  33. ^ "2017 Toyota Scion - Keep it wild". www.scionav.com. Retrieved 19 August 2018.
  34. ^ "[TSIS PREMIERE] Gazzo - Cage + Inspire : Electro House / Progressive House [Exclusive Free Download]". Retrieved 19 August 2018.

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