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News |  30 Jan 2019 12:18 |  By RnMTeam

I love the Indian club scene, says Spanish DJ/producer Danny Avila

MUMBAI: The Spanish DJ/producer Danny Avila has released new single End of the Night after another stellar year 2018. The 23-year-old made an impressive dent in the electronic music scene earlier, and now boasts the highest ever spot as the only Spanish DJ in this year’s sought-after DJ Mag Top 100. Leaping an epic 14 places since last year, Danny’s non-stop Asia tour and abundance of multi-genre bangers have all played their part in securing his place at forefront of the electronic music realm. He has been vouched as the best DJ in the Young generation by Billboard China.

After being handpicked by Tiesto and Fedde Le Grande, this is an artist who has seen audiences quickly soar. After filling huge worldwide festival slots and securing residencies in dance music staples Las Vegas, Ibiza and now an ever-growing fan base that Danny’s found in notoriously difficult to break - Asia.

Danny has achieved huge success with Too Good To Be True, alongside masters of the pop world The Vamps and rap fiend Machine Gun Kelly, his debut single after signing an international deal with Sony Music, the massive Nervo collaboration Loco as well as upcoming collaborations with Doerro and Timmy Trumpet… After an inspiration filled release earlier this year, Dreams was a single that saw blend of meticulously executed and addictively upbeat production. Swiftly followed on by new single End of the Night, Danny revels in a party-infused atmosphere, marking the end of another solid year.

End of the Night is a pop-tinged single brimming with the excitement and vigour of a music enthusiast that truly loves what he does. Making sure he provides another soundtrack staple, Danny momentous releases, and musical determination show no sign of stopping. He has performed around the globe and India is one of his favourite countries to perform.

Danny has performed in India many time and is very fond of visiting the country as he says, “I love the Indian club scene. It’s so exciting! It feels buzzing there like this is the biggest moment ever for EDM there. I’ve gigged in India quite a lot now. The clubs and shows I’ve performed at are like no other in the world. India is a place I look forward to gig.” He recently performed in India during New Year’s time and is planning his next tour to India soon.

He also shared a tip for DJs in India and across the world, “Have a passion for music, for genuinely listening to music, making music, talking about music and everything in between. People will feel your passion, and will love working with you!”