Danaga (Daniel Aga) is a Cluj based producer who combines a large range of musical genres, from jazz, funk, hip-hop up to house, techno or folklor. He is kown to the public for his compations entitled “Culese din Cartier” (“Gethered from the neighbourhood”), “BuzzRo! 2011”, “Soundsphere 5”. His first album “Am n-aripi” (“I have non-wings”), a collection of musical stories about the alienated contemporary human being, is available, in a digital format, on the following links: danaga.bandcamp.com and https://soundcloud.com/danaga. His music combines archaic Romanian motives or balcanic elements with African and jazz infuences, funk, ’60s electro music, house or tribal techno. During his career, he shared the stage with well known names from the Romanian or international electronic stage, like Akua Naru, Guts, Baba Zula, Matze, Silent Strike, Subcarpați, Renegades of Jazz etc. His sets combine, in an eclectic manner, live looping elements (like guitars, whistles, piano) with sinthetizers and digital effects, also strongly focusing on improvisation during his artistic acts. Danaga also created sound tracks for theatre plays (like “Parallel – Groundfloor”, “Fabrica de Pensule” din Cluj – “The Brush Factory”, from Cluj; “Call it art” - Teatrul Național Cluj/ The National Theatre from Cluj - studio Euphorion, “Trei Surori”/ “Three Sisters” - Teatrul maghiar “Szigligeti” Oradea / The “Szigligeti” Hungarian Theatre”, from Oradea) or for short animated films (“How the world was made” – of - Maria Brudașcă).