Back To Mine with Danny Serrano

A Madrid artist who’s been doing his thing for some time now, Danny Serrano is undoubtedly one of his country’s most exciting DJs and producers. Famed for running Serrano’s Kitchen, his studio in Madrid, he also runs a label of the same name. Most recently that label (and indeed, studio) have come to the fore courtesy of Serrano’s latest endeavour, the brilliant Craft. An LP full of enticing sounds, it goes some way to explaining Serrano’s wide-ranging appeal — while also undoubtedly showcasing his many talents to a new audience. We caught up with Danny recently, as he gave us the lowdown on some of his favourite Back 2 Mine tracks. All things considered, it’s safe to say he’s a fan of Knee Deep in Sound!

1. Hot Since 82 – Buggin´(Feat Jem Cooke) / Knee Deep In Sound

This album is one of my favourites. Have been a big fan of Hot Since 82 for a long time now. 

Hot Since 82 - Buggin' (feat. Jem Cooke)

2. Chus & Ceballos – Ain’t Nobody (Danny Serrano Remix) / Stereo

This remix was challenging for me. I really liked the original and wanted to give it another sound. I hope I succeeded! 

Chus & Ceballos - Ain't Nobody - Danny Serrano Remix

3. Jhonsson – Lost in Morgana / Knee Deep In Sound

I love the synths in this track, the development and how they play with each other sounds incredible. Another one on Knee Deep in Sound!

Jhonsson - Lost In Mogana

4. Hot Since 82 – Rise / Saved Records

Did I mention that I love Hot Since 82!? For me, he is just always incredible. 

Hot Since 82 - Rise (Extended Mix)

5. James Organ – Addict feat. Georgia Cecille / Knee Deep In Sound

The vocal is this track is just fantastic and I simpy love the bassline. What a jam! 

James Organ - Addict (Feat. Géorgia Cecile)

6. Yousef, Gorgon City, EVABEE – Free Myself / Circus Recordings

This is another of my favorite tracks and I love what my friend Yousef is doing right now.

Gorgon City, Yousef, EVABEE (feat. Eva Bee) - Free Myself (Original Mix)

7. BOg – Corso / Bedrock Records

Another track with really brilliant synths that will work brilliantly at any party. An underground track that’s always in my record bag.

BOg - Corso (Original Mix) [Official Audio]

8. Armandd G – South of Soul / Serrano’s Kitchen

I always play this track from my friend Armando, I think he did a great job in this EP. Well done man!

9. Kristy Harper – 77 / Let’s Play House

An acid track with a load of groove attached to it. Bomb! 

PREMIERE: Kristy Harper - 77 [Let's Play House]

10. Supernova & Medusa – My Vision / 8bit Recordings 

Supernova always makes very good music and 8bit records is a of my favorite labels out there. A great EP.

Supernova feat. Medusa - My Vision

Danny Serrano’s Craft is out now via his label, Serrano’s Kitchen. Keep up with Danny on Facebook here

Danny Serrano – Craft

Danny’s fantastic new album was created in his Kitchen, the artist’s own recording studio and label. After having worked for big labels such as Desolat, Truesoul, Circus Recordings, Saved Records and more over many years, the album finds Danny switching up his sound and broadening his horizons with new depth. It shows he has grown in the studio and is not only pigeonholed as a tech house artist. Instead he is someone who can do real melody, work with vocals, bring warm grooves and take you on a trip on the dance floor. 

Really building a personal and mature sound, Serrano delves into several different styles including progressive house, melodic techno and techno but always focused on the club. The lead single talks about the daily life of any person in this crazy world, trying to change something in his boring life. It is a track with a catchy vocal and deep melodies where the theme plays with the voice and the melody ad is underpin day a killer groove dedicated to the dance floor.

The second single The Future is more afro house – techno with powerful percussion and catchy bass. The third single Bimba is a progressive track with a female vocal and a deep base, and is dedicated to his pet of the same name. Elsewhere the album ranges from darker and more heads down to more melodic, cosmic and uplifting, always with real class. 

This is an accomplished album that proves Serrano is an artist who is always bettering himself and his skills, resulting in a vital record that is his best yet.