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Danijel Savic is born April 8th 1984. in Tuzla (Bosnia And Herzegovina). It needed quite some time for his DJ-ing effort to get noticed, since he lived in Bijeljina, small town in Bosnia where EDM scene only started slowly developing in late nineties.

He got himself involved in promotion of underground EDM trough his radio show on local station wich led him to joining one of the best known clubbing related radio shows in Bosnia And Herzegovina "Party Zone" aired on biggest bosnian radio - Radio "Bobar" with his 2 hour long residency mix aired every Friday at 22.00 CET. Thanks to his Party Zone radio mixes, Danijel had a chance to present himself to the wide audience in Bosnia and beyond. His talent and hard work eventually brought him the place on the scene of the region and you can say he has succeeded in creating his own style wich is dubbed under progressive house mark with constant tendency for freshest house sound outhere. Since autumn 2006 he had expanded his music promotion work by joining very popular Serbian clubbing portal happynovisad.info as releases rewiever.

He had an oportunity to play with many of the biggest Serbian DJs (Vladimir Janjic, Gordan Paunovic, Vladimir Acic, Bokee, Dacha & Alexandar (from Kinetic Vibe crew), Marko Milosavljevic, Acim, A.P., Zlatan, Faktor-X...). He also had a pleasure and honor to play with some of the world wide known DJs (Valentino Kanzyani, Marko Nastic, Paolo Mojo, Marcus James, Cari Lekebusch, Marshal Jefferson...). He performed on EXIT Festival in 2005 and 2006 (Rennaisance Night).

In autumn 2006 DJs A.P. and Zlatan, together with Danijel have officially formed a new DJ crew on the scene - Controverse. Their desire is to present their vision of modern progressive house sound to the audience, from that in Novi Sad where they all live nowdays, to the scene of region and wherever people want to hear them.
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