Artists guide:
Madrid, Spain
Danny Avila

To have achieved what Danny Avila has at the age of 25 is phenomenal enough. To have done it with such integrity and passion makes it even more special. With a feisty production sound and a unique DJ style, he is a breath of fresh air in a world where many artists are happy to stick to the same formula. In addition to his international multi-single deal with SONY MUSIC, his music has also been released on major labels including Interscope, Musical Freedom, Spinnin’ Records, Hexagon, Smash The House and Ultra Music, followed by a history of hundreds of million streams. In 2017, he made the highest re-entry to the DJ Mag Top100 DJs 2017 poll at #52, while in 2020 reaching #38, still being the highest ranked Spanish DJ ever, emphasizing his powerful impact on the scene as of late. In Danny’s eyes, DJing is a form of art, hence the variety of genres from techno to big-room and from tech-house to trap, always finding a way to take people on a journey. This mentality has been a rewarding one to say the least, having achieved what many DJs can only dream of at 25. On top of his weekly radio show, he also counts three compilations to his name: ‘Ministry of Sound presents: Danny Avila Live’, Space Ibiza’s ‘Ibiza Calling’ and DJ Mag UK Danny Avila’s Big Room Mix. Danny was the youngest artist to ever make the cover mount CD for DJ Mag UK. To top of his extremely long list of musical achievements, Danny Avila has collaborated with world-renowned fashion brands New Yorker, and tigha, who approached him due to his extravagant style. After starting DJing in his native Marbella at 12 and producing from the age of 13, Danny moved to Madrid at just 14 to cut his teeth in the city’s club scene, with the prodigious talent scoring gigs before he was legally allowed into clubs. “I knew it was going to be hard,” he says “but there was just nowhere for me to get any real experience playing out in Marbella and I’ve never let my age stop me doing anything. My older brother spoke to local promoters for me and that’s how I started getting my very first gigs.”


The Jungle Jazz Club by Amazonico

“My favorite bar is the The Jungle Jazz Club by Amazonico. It’s an amazing place where you can have a great dinner and some drinks before going out with friends.” – Danny Avila

Calle de Jorge Juan, 20, 28001 Madrid, Spain
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Mercado de la Plata

“My favorite boutique is Mercado de la plata, in la Calle Fuencarral. Silver rings and bracelets are my favorite stuff to wear 24/7.” – Danny Avila

Calle de Fuencarral, 52, 28004 Madrid, Spain
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Discos La Metralleta

“My favorite local record store is Discos La Metralleta. I found an old vinyl my dad used to play at home when I was a kid and started buying there since then.” – Danny Avila

Calle del Postigo de San Martín, 1, 28013 Madrid, Spain
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Bar La Campana

“Our favorite local restaurant is Bar La Campana. The squid sandwich is a classic of the city.” – Triángulo de Amor Bizarro

“My favorite place for tapas is  Bar La Campana near Plaza Mayor, where I always order “bocata de calamares” (squid sandwich) and a beer.” – Danny Avila

Calle de Botoneras, 6, 28012 Madrid, Spain

“My favorite local restaurant is Salterius (In Majadahonda, 15min away from the center). I always order croquetas, ensaladilla de la casa & the fish of the day. You MUST try it.” – Danny Avila

Calle Goya, 1, 28222 Majadahonda, Madrid, Spain
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LAB Madrid

“My favorite local place to see a live show is the Lab Madrid. Best Club in town.” – Danny Avila

Plaza Estación de Chamartín 1ª planta, 28036 Madrid, Spain
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