Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Indie, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

Arctic Monkey, Tame Impala, Chris Isaak, David Bowie, Roy Orbison, Television, Caribou, Jimi Hendrix


band members

Danny Pratt


Influences

Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie, Bob Dylan


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Bio

Danny Pratt is a singer, songwriter, record producer and performance-poet based in Canberra where he was raised. Danny has been writing, playing and performing music since he was a child, moving along the dedicated path of artistry.

Out of high school Danny moved to Sydney where he studied audio engineering. In 2010 he moved overseas, living in Milan and then London where he collaborated with Grammy nominated two piece Zero7. Along with Body Rockers producer and singer Dylan Burns, working together on his debut single Antidote.

In 2013 Danny moved to LA to develop his emerging musical career, collaborating with Australian mainstay electronic house band Miami Horror on their song ‘Dark Love .feat
Danny Pratt’. That was also featured on the hit Fox/Netflix series ‘Lucifer’ (2016).

During this time Danny was writing and recording his debut album DLwithlove alongside award winning film composer Liam Fox O’Brien.

Also of note during this time was an exclusive music video premiere hosted and published by Interview Magazine, for both his solo work and collaborative band

https://www.interviewmagazine.com/music/exclusive-video-premiere-1234-dl...

In early 2018 Danny Pratt returned to Australia spending the next year diving deep into a dedicated and expansive study of music. While also developing his professional base, in his hometown Canberra, through collaboration with local artists and venues.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

25 May 2020

Triple J
35

Watch out for the thump of this track that seems to meld a bit of glam rock energy with the groove of something like 'Elephant' by Tame Impala. Not a bad combo at all.

Watch out for the thump of this track that seems to meld a bit of glam rock energy with the groove of something like 'Elephant' by Tame Impala. Not a bad combo at all.