Madrid’s Danny Serrano has done a fine job positioning himself as one of the region’s finest exports in recent years. The founder of Eat and Beat Records has raked in releases on Steve Lawler’s Viva imprint, Get Physical, Noir, and Saved Records, to name a few, and this month return’s with another release to pad the rapidly growing resume.
The Snapp EP found a home on Wow! Recordings and kicks off with the chunky title track. The record’s acid-tinged synths, fat bass line, and infectious break downs prove Danny means business right off the bat.
‘Walking’ resembles another hard-hitting Tech House cut, highlighted by a rolling, club-ready synth line and a fat 4×4 rhythm. Reelow steps up on remix duties for this one, giving it an industrialized rebuff. Reelow structures a tripped out synth line and a rugged percussive rhythm to lead in to a series of heavy drops, each one topping the last.
Danny Serrano closes things down with ‘Cajmere’. Teaming up with Forrest, ‘Cajmere’ brings an italo-disco influenced synth to the table and lays it over the top of a catchy piano melody, leading up to an energetic initial release over two minutes in to the record.