Danny Darko is a multifaceted Italian artist, whose creative genius extends across the realms of production, composition and filmmaking. With an insatiable passion for pushing the boundaries of sound, Darko fearlessly explores an extensive range of music genres, effortlessly traversing the vast landscape of electronic music.

This daring approach has garnered the attention and support of renowned EDM luminaries such as DJ Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, Paul Van Dyk, Pete Tong, Judge Jules, Gareth Emery, Nora En Pure, Marcus Schultz, Oliver Heldens, Miss Monique and more.

Darko’s prowess as a producer has yielded an impressive discography, boasting nearly one hundred Top 100 hits on Beatport Charts. In the realm of streaming, Darko’s captivating compositions have amassed a staggering 40 million streams. Among his most notable achievements are the chart-topping tracks “Los Angeles”, “Hanging Tree” and “Butterfly,” each boasting over 6 million streams, captivating listeners with their emotive melodies and captivating production.

Furthermore, Darko has left an indelible mark under the moniker “Starchaser.” It was with this project that he reached even greater heights, with the internationally acclaimed single “Love Will Set You Free” reigning atop the UK Singles Charts (No. 24) and garnering significant chart success in the world during the early 2000s.


Danny Initially focused on producing music videos for his songs but later expanded his field of interest by attending acting and filmmaking courses. In 2016, he created his first short film, a thriller titled “Toys,” which received three official selections in international festivals. The following year, he directed another short film, this time with a science fiction background, called “Cold Heart.” In 2019, he made his first medium-length film, “MOMO,” which was selected by five international festivals and won the award for Best Horror Medium-Length Film at the Wallachia International Film Festival. In 2019, he also produced a short film about climate change titled “Resta Poco Tempo,” which received an honorable mention at the 2022 Cascine Film Festival in Rozzano, as well as ten selections in various film festivals. In the winter of 2022, his new work “Te La Caverai” was released, a film on the theme of animal abandonment.