2010 ended with a bang for both Berman and Bergerac with the release of the instant classic first single How I Program, which received massive support from a wide range of DJs including Gilles Peterson, Kyle Hall, The Revenge, Move D and Mike Huckaby. This was quickly followed by the debut Red Rack'em album The Early Years, which was awarded album of the month in De:Bug Magazine and received universal praise from both the press and DJs alike.
Since the album was released in November 2010, Danny has been hard at work touring the world and preparing the follow up single Feel My Tears. He's currently on a sabbatical in Berlin and it's the perfect backdrop for his current musical direction.
The Bergerac label artwork features bespoke illustrations from German artist Silke Eiselt of all the houses Danny has lived in chronologically.
The A side Feel My Tears is a warehouse burner on many levels. Perfect for those summer evenings of drug loneliness.
B1 Courting is a big room post-post-dustep UK garage-house stomper with a very loud snare drum.
The last track on the record How We Do is a strange jazz techno house hybrid, taken from the Early Years album and now available on vinyl due to popular demand.
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