Daz-I-Kue, a Londoner and now Atlanta resident, and a member of the world respected production crew Bugz In The Attic, who have remixed the likes of Macy Gray, Soul II Soul and 4 Hero, is widely seen as  one of the pioneers broken beat genre. A vinyl junky from the age of 5, he’s a DJ, producer, sound engineer and promoter, widely seen as the hardest working man in West London and now Atlanta, GA his new home.

 Daz-I-Kue has played an integral role in the production of the Co-Op Miami and world famous Bugz vs. Jazzanova WMC parties since their inception in 2003.  With Bugz in the Attic, he has released the magnificent “Got the Bug” remix LP on Virgin’s V2 label to massive critical acclaim.  The Co-Op party in London’s Shoreditch won the Best Club Event award at the first-ever Gilles Peterson Worldwide Awards and Bugz in the Attic earns the Best Single award for “Booty La La”.  The Co-Op party would go on to win Best Club Event at Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide Awards for the second straight year in 2007.  Around this time, Daz-I-Kue co-produced the debut Bugz In The Attic LP, “Back in the Doghouse”, and toured the world extensively in support of the release.

 After a move across the pond to Atlanta, Georgia, Daz-I-Kue completed a five-year labor of love, the Joy Jones “Nappy Child” LP project on Future Soul Records. Recent projects include Daz I Kue & Andrea Clarke LP, Stan Smith Project, Daz-I-Kue ‘Dazisms’, hip-hop LP project working alongside the Atlanta-based D ‘N S- featured on Get Up Movement / Future Soul Records and The Goodness EP with Jeremy Ellis.  Daz-I-Kue is moving and shaking in his creation and promotion of local and global events such as The G++dness and The Godfather – an official James Brown-themed jam.