Welcome to Daniel Biro’s homepage. 

Composer, producer, songwriter, keyboard player, sound designer, improvisor who loves the Fender Rhodes piano, analog synths and plays jazz / ambient / fusion / grooves / experimental / prog / electronic kind a stuff…

Whether producing genre-defying solo or band projects (Echo Engine Mysteries of the Revolution) or writing scores and sound-design for film, TV, theatre, dance performances and art installations, Daniel Biro’s unique creative skills and cosmopolitan versatility have always shone through all his work. He is also founder and director of the legendary Sargasso label that has been releasing and promoting new experimental music since 1993.

Originally trained in jazz but with a life-long passion for electronic sounds, especially analog synths and Fender Rhodes electric piano which has become his signature sound, Daniel has put his stamp on many song and instrumental project. His creative output genres include jazz, ambient, fusion, electronic, prog, groove, alt-rock songs, psychedelia, soundscapes, cinematic, avant-garde, improv, experimental…

Film and TV credits include work for the BBC, feature documentaries for French national TV, a number of award-winning shorts (Cannes, Strasbourg, London) and, most recently, the score for Rwandan director Kivu Ruhorahoza’s surreal film ‘Things of the Aimless Wanderer’ (official selection at Sundance, Rotterdam, Sydney and London Film Africa festivals 2015). He also written many scores for contemporary dance performances.

His current live bands are electric jazz psychedelics Mysteries Of The Revolution (with long-time collaborator Peter BB Davis) and ambient improvisors Echo Engine.

He has released more than 10 albums on Sargasso and other labels. (see Shop)