© 2016 by David Serrano

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

NEWS

March 16, 2016

Awarded Best Producer by House Music Dj Awards 2016

Best Producer 2016 

ONE to watch  2015

best Pool party drais paradise 2016

Best Underground Afterhours TRU 2015

October 31, 2016

NEW releases On SoulSupplement Records

I’ve decided to make October “Local Las Vegas Artist Month” so team Soulsupplement is releasing two Eps instead of one. The final Ep titled “Moving On” is from two of my favorite cats in town David Serrano & F3R. These two kick ass Djs recently decided to jump into the production side of the business and I’m super excited to see where they take it. David Serrano & F3R are two of the hardest working guys in the game and their word is good as gold. If they become anywhere near as good of producers as they are Djs their future is bright.

I hope you enjoy. 
-Bruno Browning

 

March 10, 2015

Local Track Of The Month Las Vegas Weekley

Mike Prevatt

A quick sampling of local producer/DJ David Serrano’s Soundcloud page reveals a versatility within the non-commercial realm of electronic dance music. Earlier this week, the resident at Urban Turban’s Warp LV party revealed his hard-driving techno side with his remix of Hawk’s “Soldier.” And then there’s his straight-up house preferences, showcased beautifully on “Moving On,” which he crafted with fellow Vegas producer/DJ Fernando Alvarado (aka F3R). Multiple vocal samples—including the echoey, dominant one exclaiming “I’m moving on!”—lay atop a repeating five-note synth melody, swinging bassline, sharp high-hat and four-on-the-floor slaps. Given the current fixation on tech and minimal house, it’s nice to hear something a little more soulful.

March 16, 2015

TRU Afterhours Brings the Underground Scene Off the Strip

Assisting Arabo in all things lighting, sound and programming is creative director Neil Kull, formerly lighting director of Light Group and a veteran of the Chicago underground scene with 23 years of nightlife industry experience. “It’s a 360-degree omnidirectional show, a more traditional nightclub style that immerses the audience from all sides,” Kull says of what he’s created for TRU. “These days, everything is moving toward a single focal point—i.e., a stage—forcing the audience to only look in one direction. Problem is, those shows lose cohesion when you’re not in direct line of sight. TRU’s show will look complete from every point of view in the room. The audience becomes the star.”

Assisting Kull with talent is promoter Utopia, who specializes in desert parties and underground music festivals. Their aim is to establish an inclusive, artistic underground vibe as the baseline, with a wild, costumed and themed desert-style music fest each weekend. Already on board are resident DJs Vixen and David Serrano.

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