Mexican-American composer and music producer Danny Gallardo has been crafting music for over 14 years. A New York native, Danny began his musical journey playing Alto saxophone throughout middle and high school, participating in school marching and jazz bands.
The turning point for Danny's career came when his electronic dance music group "Space Kadets" signed a remix of Lazy Rich's "Beginning of the World" single to producer Avicii on his LE7ELS record label. From there, Danny and the Space Kadets would land a remix on Atlantic Records for Sevyn Streeter's Chris Brown assisted single "Don't Kill The Fun".
In 2016, Danny enrolled at Berklee College of Music to study music orchestration for film and tv. Since attending the class, Danny has built a portfolio of original work and is ready to break new ground in the film and tv industry blending his knowledge of electronic, hip-hop, and orchestral music. Most recently, Danny participated in the NYU Film Scoring Workshop, a 2 week intensive program in NYC with composers Michael A. Levine and Mark Snow. He scored and recorded with live musicians for his debut piece "Waves of Tomorrow".