How did he get started?
Dutch DJ Dyro started his career in 2013 as one of the scene’s up-to-the- minute fresh stars. Debuting at #30 in the DJ Mag Top 100 poll, he became the youngest ‘Highest New Entry’ artist to ever appear in the conclusive DJ poll. Recognized for driving bass lines, captivating tunes and extremely charged drops he has flawlessly made the changeover from bedroom musician to well-known international DJ/Producer.
Having rushed the uppermost new entry honors in the 2013 poll, Dyro has surpassed all beliefs with his rapid rise into the superior extents of the dance scene. He scored his first Beatport # 1 record alongside Hardwell for ‘Never Say Goodbye.’ With his music a constant fixture in the sets of DJs from Tiësto and Steve Angello to Afrojack and Sander van Doorn, Dyro’s career has been on an upward trajectory that has seen him achieve so much in a short space of time; it is easy to be left astonished at his growing list of accomplishments. One of Dyro’s influencers and role model was Hardwell, who inspired him addressing his melody to the world of dance music. 2013 was also a very important year for Dyro as it gained him recognition from the scene.
He supported his original compositions is a sizzling gamut of remix projects among which Rihanna feat. David Guetta’s ‘Hot Right Now,’ Benny Benassi feat. John Legend’s ‘Dance The Pain Away,’ Axwell’s ‘Center of the Universe’ and of course his seminal studio cut of Katy Perry’s ‘Wide Awake,’ which jointly have paved his enlisting as one of the most in call young remixers in the scene today.
Having been announced #30 in the world, Dyro, has released the follow up to ‘Leprechauns and Unicorns.’‘Go Down,’ a combination of electro and melody, massively hits the world.