Supperclub is a writer/producer duo based in Los Angeles. They've written and produced songs for artists like BANNERS, OCTAVIO the Dweeb, Dylan Conrique, Josie Dunne, Norii, Courage My Love, Jon Bryant, and have had songs in TV shows like Sweet Tooth, Grey's Anatomy, Shameless, The Good Doctor, American Idol, and many more.
Supperclub is Danny + SE Berrios. We're a songwriter/producer team based in Los Angeles. We love working on stuff that's a little left of center, but we also love making you sing along. Our biggest passion as producers is discovering and developing new artists. Nothing makes us happier than helping a new artist find their sound. No matter how unique, we make sure everything we work stands out on a playlist with your favorite artists. We'd love to hear your music and see if we might be a good fit to help you bring your music to life!
SE started out as an audio engineer on Music Row, working with artists like Lori McKenna, Blake Shelton, Jewel, Vince Gill, Ingrid Michaelson, and a Grammy nominated album by Dan Tyminski, among others. She also spent three years as a staff songwriter for Big Deal Music, writing songs that were placed with artists as well as in TV shows and Ads. SE's emphasis on engineering mixed with songwriting makes sure that the heart of the song always shines through in the final product.
Danny comes from a background in A&R/Music Publishing where he developed songwriters, artists, and producers and helped place numerous songs on major label records with some of the biggest artists in the industry. His ear for songs helps make sure that an artist is putting their best stuff out there, and his business savvy helps make sure it rises above the noise.
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Interview with Supperclub
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Both - digital is the easiest to start out ideas with and the easiest to fix -- but we've both spent a lot of time working in studios. Out of the two of us, Danny is definitely the one who cares more about gear, synths, guitars, etc...you might say he's a slight gear head : )
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Indie, Pop, Alternative, and sometimes more organic Folk/Americana.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: A deep knowledge of songwriting, production, knowledge of music theory, and an obsession with perfection.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: When an artist comes to us with a song they want us to produce - we first make sure the songwriting is 100% - then we ask and listen. What inspires the artists? What sounds do they hear in the heads? What other artists do they see themselves playing shows with? That guides where the production ends up and we always want to be sure anything we works feels true to the artist, but also breaks new ground in some way.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: We're as comfortable in studios as we are working "in the box" - but these days everything from VST synths, Amp sims, drum samples have gotten so amazing -- I bet you couldn't tell the difference. When we're working with more of a rock band, or organic singer/songwriter - we're always down to pop into a studio in Nashville or Florence to make sure we get things just right.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Full-song production, mixing, and vocal production