Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie


Sounds like

Chet Faker, Active Child, Mount Kimbie


band members

Danny Harley - All


Influences

Mount Kimbie, Bonobo, Active Child


Bio

http://www.facebook.com/thekitestringtangle http://www.soundcloud.com/thekitestringtangle Introducing “The Kite String Tangle”, the experimental solo project of alternative electronic artist and producer, Danny Harley. Launched in May 2012, “The Kite String Tangle” venture is a seamless blend of ethereal pop through to the darker shades of ambient, electronic music. With Harley’s other musical ventures leading to popular performances at Splendour in the Grass, Parklife and Peats Ridge festivals, the highly anticipated journey of “The Kite String Tangle” is definitely one to both follow and experience first hand. Inspired by musical projects from the likes of Active Child, Mount Kimbie and Fever Ray the contemplative atmosphere of “The Kite String Tangle” actively explores the, often elusive, feelings of nostalgia and self-reflection through a diverse range of distinctive tracks. An extensive background in composition and production has resulted in a captivating arrangement of handcrafted electronic textures and contorted organic samples. The unique, versatile beats and harmonic multifaceted vocals are sure to enchant any audience, whether they’re lounging in a dimly lit backroom or assembled together in the thousands at a major live music event. 2012 is set to be a promising year for this unique artist.

Review

Reviewed by Kyran Wheatley Kyran Whea...

13 Oct 2013

Triple J
50

Such a brilliant...

Such a brilliant track but the production on the drums is something particularly special. love it

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Reviewed by Hannah Wickes Hannah Wickes

28 Aug 2013

Triple J
50

A beautiful trac...

A beautiful track! Grabbed my attention straight away - dreamy and dancey all at once. Keep 'em coming.

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Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby ...

19 Jun 2013

Triple J
40

This is a great ...

This is a great single from Danny. The vocal will draw comparisons to James Blake - which is no bad thing - but it's in an altered context of this surprising track that nimbly moves from low-key electronics to popping samples and bleeps. Very cool stuff.

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