GRYFFIN (Interview) Plays Ubbi Dubbi Festival at Texas Motor Speedway Sunday April 25 @ 8:45 pm.


Interview by Paul Salfen

Dan Griffith , known by his stage name Gryffin is an American musician, DJ, and music producer. He gained recognition for remixing some well-known songs such as Tove Lo’s “Talking Body”, Maroon 5’s “Animals” and Years & Years’ “Desire”.Gryffin was born in San Francisco, California. Gryffin grew up as a classically trained pianist and learned to play the guitar at an early age. He played in bands to initially hone his instrumental abilities. He studied electrical engineering at the University of Southern California where he spent much of his leisure time in his dorm room to work on music.

When asked on his key lessons of music production, he said: “At the beginning, I just released music with the main goal of having my friends play it at college parties and I never would have imagined it would get to this point”. He made his ‘world’ debut as Gryffin at the SnowGlobe Music Festival 2015. Here he talks to Paul Salfen the day of his DJ set at Ubbi Dubb Festival.

Sunday, April 25 Features: Carnage, Green Velvet, Illenium, TVBOO + MORE

Ubbi Dubbi Festival lands in Dallas – Fort Worth, Texas for its Inaugural sophomore event at Texas Motorplex April 24-25, 2021 for 2 days of dance music over a wild springtime weekend.

Festival camping is offered to fans an extra full day before the festival opens. To help keep fans healthy, the 2021 edition will also feature 50% capacity with masks being required.
While 2020’s festival cancelation may have been a let down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, DDP has been working diligently to make it up to their fans who are thrilled with the festival’s lineup!
The festival celebrates the friendship between two music loving friends, Ubbi and Dubbi. Dubbi who loves dubstep and trap taught Ubbi about electronic music and now he loves house and techno. To satisfy both Ubbi and Dubbi legions, the festival will once again feature artists from across the spectrum of electronic music, from house and techno to dubstep, trap, and bass music.
Information regarding festival health & safety has been posted here:
In keeping with its tradition of giving back to the community, 2019’s Ubbi Dubbi Festival donated $15,000 to local Texas charities including The Fort Worth POA “Cops for Kids,” Fort Worth B-Cycle, and Girls Rock Fort Worth. In 2021, Ubbi Dubbi donated over $25,000 to numerous Texas Food Banks, including Ennis Cares, the North Texas Food Bank, Central Texas Food Bank and Houston Food Bank.
This is the latest production by Disco Donnie Presents who also produce Sunset Music Festival, Freaky Deaky and thousands of tours headlined by the biggest names in the electronic music space throughout the year.

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