DJ Dave Seaman Brings Desire To States

Third album in "Renaissance" mix series includes Moby, A Guy Called Gerald, Finlay Quaye.

British DJ Dave Seaman will promote his May 1 mix album Renaissance Desire with a handful of U.S. gigs the same month.

Seaman will make stops in at least six major markets, including San Francisco and New York.

The double album, the third in his "Renaissance" series, includes Moby's "Southside (Pete Heller mix)," A Guy Called Gerald's "Humanity (Ashley Beedle mix)" and Finlay Quaye's "Spiritualized (Francois K. mix)." Placebo's "Passive" appears in an a cappella mix by Seaman's production team, Brothers in Rhythm.

Seaman is compiling an album of Brothers mixes for release later this year.

The former editor of Mixmag, Seaman has worked with the DMC production crew and co-founded Stress Records. He is a resident DJ at Renaissance, an acclaimed party held in London and on the vacation island of Ibiza, Spain.

Seaman compiled the seventh in the Back to Mine series, released last year in the United Kingdom. Global Underground 16: Dave Seaman in Cape Town was released last fall.

Dave Seaman tour dates according to Ultra Records:

  • 5/3 - Atlanta, GA @ Mirage

  • 5/4 -Washington, DC @ Buzz

  • 5/5 - Miami, FL @ Crobar

  • 5/10 - TBA

  • 5/11 - San Francisco, CA @ 1015 Folsom

  • 5/12 - Los Angles, CA @ Giant

  • 6/2 - New York, NY @ Twilo