At 17, Danny Delorean started working at various record stores, but most of his earnings went right back into buying music. He studied radio broadcasting and became the music director for his college radio station, and won an award for broadcaster of the year.
By the mid 2000’s, he started DJing in bars and clubs and working at Clear Channel radio, with a small internship at Om Records. He eventually landed his own late night electronica show on the commercial radio station KKSF, acting as both music director and host. He started a weekly event in San Francisco called Ritual, which lasted for 3 years and was the largest reoccurring Dubstep event on the West Coast. Ritual expanded into Los Angeles and other clubs in San Francisco. Later, he became a music director for Live 105’s late night program, Wobble Wednesday. In 2014 he was on the cover of the SF Bay Guardian newspaper, and won their annual Goldie award. Currently he promotes for 2 Synthwave events: Neon Black, and Turbo Drive. Celebrating his 13th year as a DJ, Danny Delorean is showing no signs of slowing down.