Danny L Harle is a British music producer and composer known professionally as Danny L Harle. He was previously signed to the P.C. Music label in London and is a member of Dux Content with A. G. Cook.
His tracks have been classified as some of the oddball label’s more chart-friendly fare. Danny L Harle, also known as Daniel Jack Eisner Harle, is a well-known musician.
He was born in a lovely and populous city in the United Kingdom. After completing his formal education, Daniel Jack Eisner Harle began his career as a musician.
|Real Name/Birth Name||Daniel Jack Eisner Harle|
|Nickname||Danny L Harle|
|Profession||Music Producer & Composer|
|Date of Birth [DOB]||September 25|
|Age [as of 2022]||32 Years|
|School||Guildhall School of Music and Drama|
|College/University||Goldsmiths, University of London|
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|Relationships & Affairs|
|Wife||Poppy Harle |
|Parents||Father: John Harle
|Net Worth [approx.]||$3 to $5 million|
Early Life, Family & More
Harle is the son of John Harle, a saxophonist. He learned to play the cello as a child but had little interest in music. Harle began playing bass guitar at 12 after encountering bands such as Slipknot and Madness.
He became interested in free jazz and joined the Royal Academy of Music’s young jazz group. Daniel’s song “Caesar Hath Wept” was recorded by John Harle and the Duke Quartet in 2006.
Harle studied classical music at Goldsmiths, University of London. In 2010, he began creating campy electronic music inspired by Scandinavian skweee music.
His master’s thesis was creating chamber music using traditional musical instruments and video game consoles to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Street Fighter II: The World Warrior.
Danny L Harle’s Career
2013–2014: P.C. Music’s humble beginnings
Harle reunited with A. G. Cook, who had gone to school as a teenager while at Goldsmiths. The two became friends because they shared similar musical tastes and a love for the comedy duo Tim & Eric. This grew into the Dux Content musical project.
Due to the lack of a vocalist, Dux Content concentrated on musical experimentation such as compound meters and tempo alterations.
One of their earliest works is a collection of pieces for the Disklavier replicating piano, released under the moniker “Dux Consort” alongside Spencer Noble and Tim Phillips.
Dux Content used weird depictions of digital avatars as advertising artwork for their music. They helped write the score for Alicia Norman’s animated feature Heart of Death and started thinking about a children’s television show called Dux Content’s Jungle Jam.
Harle and Cook experimented with creating rhythms from a vocalist’s natural singing speed, and the results were released as “Dux Kidz.”
Harle’s collaboration with Cook enabled him to expand into mainstream songwriting and production. He battled at first to capture the vitality and simplicity of pop music. Harle felt awful about performing songs by other artists after producer Enchanté approached him to perform at a gallery in Stroud.
He decided to write a song that would fit 1990s dance music. The resulting single, “Broken Flowers,” was released in mid-2013 on Cook’s fledgling P.C. Music label. Harle called the song “completely frivolous,” explaining that he was “trying to make the most completely conventional song possible.”
“Broken Flowers” employs trance arpeggios, an organ bassline, and synthesizer parts reminiscent of the work of video game composers Koji Kondo and Nobuo Uematsu.
Because of the rhyme scheme, the twist was regarded as one of the label’s most adult albums. “Broken Flowers” was ranked 79th on Fact magazine’s list of the “100 best tracks of the decade.”
Harle collaborated with singer Marc Almond on the sound design for John Harle’s 2014 album The Tyburn Tree. In October of that year, Harle recorded his second song, “In My Dreams,” with singer Raffy.
Raffy’s vocals are cheery but disconnected, and the song has a jumpy, lively rhythm with a xylophone element. Noisey named “In My Dreams” eighth on their list of the top songs of 2014, and Complex magazine ranked the song 14th.
Harle and Raffy recorded a cover of East 17’s 1994 Christmas number one “Stay Another Day” for Christmas 2014. In February 2015, he revealed that, while he has enough recordings for an album, he focuses on creating new songs with Raffy.
Broken Flowers and 1UL E.P.s 2013 and 2015
In late 2015, “Broken Flowers” was officially released as a single from an E.P. of the same name, peaking at 43 on the Billboard Emerging Artists Charts and making it onto the ‘A List’ of B.B.C.
Radio 1’s radio playlists in early 2016, acknowledgment from the B.B.C. representing a significant step ahead for the performer.
Harle released the single “Ashes of Love” via P.C. Music on May 6, 2016, with guest vocals from Caroline Polachek, one-half of the American indie pop band Chairlift.
Harle’s next single would be “Super Natural.” Carly Rae Jepsen, a Canadian pop artist, provides prominent guest vocals.
On August 19, 2016, an official music video starring Harle and Jepsen was released, directed by music video duo Bradley&Pablo (who had previously created music videos for P.C. Music’s Hannah Diamond as well as label affiliates Q.T. and Charli X.C.X.).
Following the release of the EP, Harle continued to collaborate with various artists, including a collaboration with rising Australian rapper and singer Tkay Maidza on their collaborative hit “Bom Bom,” which became an instant online success.
In February 2018, “Blue Angel,” a single featuring vocals by Clairo, a bedroom singer, songwriter, and record producer, was released. The two also collaborated on Clairo’s Diary 001 EP tune “B.O.M.D.” the following year.
Pang, Harlecore, and Mad Decent have all been signed since 2019.
Although he proceeded to produce, write songs for, and remix other artists (including Nile Rodgers & Chic, Betta Lemme, and Tommy Cash), Harle did not release another single until September 2019, when he released “Part of Me” with P.C. Music labelmate Hannah Diamond, followed by a lyric video.
Harle also executive created Caroline Polachek’s 2019 album, Pang, alongside Polachek, co-producing and co-writing many of the album’s tunes.
Harle has also become recognized for his original music’s rave-influenced “Harlecore” sound. Harle declared in 2021 that his debut full-length solo album Harlecore would be released on February 26 of that year by Mad Decent, alongside the singles “Boing Beat,” “On a Mountain,” “Interlocked,” and “Ocean’s Theme.”
Harle takes on the identities of four different D.J.s on the album, each with their distinct rave-inspired sound.
Relationship, Wife & Children
Danny L Harle and Poppy Harle have been married since January 2018. Nico, their daughter, was born in November of 2018. G.F.O.T.Y., a former P.C. Music labelmate, is her godmother. Raffy, Harles’s sister-in-law, appears in a lot of Danny’s music.
Danny L has a net worth of $3 million to $5 million. Danny L made the most of his money from his Yeezy footwear.
While he had overstated the scale of his firm over the years, the money he made from it was real–enough to rank as one of the biggest celebrity cashouts of all time. His primary source of income is as a successful musician.
Most Asked Questions about Danny L Harle
Who exactly is Danny L Harle?
Danny L Harle is a British music producer and composer best known for his work with Charli X.C.X., Caroline Polachek, Clairo, Rina Sawayama, Lil Uzi Vert, and Nile Rogers. He has remixed Ed Sheeran, Perfume Genius, 100 Gets, and many other artists.
What is his Full Name?
Daniel Eisner Harle
Danny L Harle, is he married?
Harle and Poppy Harle have been married since January 2018. Nico, their daughter, was born in November of 2018.
Danny L Harle belongs to what genre?
Pop and Dance/Electronic