Artist info

Genre

Electronic


band members

Harry Deadman


Influences

Bonobo, Szatt, Lapalux, Kaytranada, Oddisee, Flume, James Blake, The XX, Jamie XX


Website

Bio

22.
Gold Coast
music and film.

Daily Holla is the music project of twenty-two-year-old producer Harry Deadman. Originally from Adelaide and now residing on the Gold Coast, Harry has been making music since he was eleven. The Daily Holla project began at the start of 2015 when Harry was keen to combine his love of electronic beats, spacey guitar and intricate samples into a sound he now calls ‘Space-Gaze’. In late 2015 Deadman released his debut EP - "Progress - EP"

The Progress EP delved into a fresh brand of woozy chill-step that features off-kilter samples collected abroad, instruments and vocals recorded in bedrooms and friend’s houses, and final mixing and mastering at Studios 301 in Sydney. Overall the six tracks highlighted an ability to move between down-tempo textural delights to thumping movers and shakers, always demonstrating a knack for velvety guitar licks and side-chain-heavy synthesis.

Throughout 2016 Daily Holla wrote his second EP - The HYPERCOLOUR Collection, once again alongside producer Jack Prest at Studios 301. The second EP was released on October 29th via Inertia Records Inertia Access platform. The EP further explored Daily Holla’s combination of spacey guitar and electronic production.

contact: dailyholla.music@gmail.com
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dailyholla/
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/dailyholla

Review

Review by Celline Narinli Celline Narinli

10 Feb 2017

Triple J
40

Thought I had reviewed this last year because every time it comes on the radio I'm like hmmmmmmmm yeah this is the good stuff. What a lush and vibrant adventure!

Thought I had reviewed this last year because every time it comes on the radio I'm like hmmmmmmmm yeah this is the good stuff. What a lush and vibrant adventure!

Review

Review by Lachie Macara Lachie Macara

06 Dec 2016

Triple J
40

Love the story behind this colab! Plenty to be fond of here.

Love the story behind this colab! Plenty to be fond of here.

Review

Review by Delia Bartle Delia Bartle

15 Sep 2017

Super Reviewer
40

Twisting synths pick you up and drop you into a swirling whirlpool of staggered beats, boundary-pushing synths and hypnotic vocals. Innovative electronica that ticks all the right boxes.

Twisting synths pick you up and drop you into a swirling whirlpool of staggered beats, boundary-pushing synths and hypnotic vocals. Innovative electronica that ticks all the right boxes.