Danny L Harle
Watch the Video for EVA's "Touch Me," the Auto-Erotic Pop Anthem of the Year
Silks, carpet, and Irish dancers all feature in the video for the hit-in-waiting co-produced by Danny L Harle.
Alex Robert Ross
Shockingly, This New Danny L Harle Song *Doesn't* Have a Massive Drop
He's teamed up with Clairo for "Blue Angel," a toned-down take on his usual Huge Danny-isms.
SOPHIE's "It's Okay to Cry" Will Subvert Your Expectations
The producer challenges our presumptions about electronic music.
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Enjoy This Video of Danny L Harle Making a Track in, Like, Ten Minutes
Watch frantic pop wizardry at work.
Objectively Correct Lists
Well Goddamn, It's the Best British Tracks of 2017 So Far
Our top 5 plus all the other great shit that's come out since January.
Noisey UK Staff
Eight Artist-Curated Playlists to Ease Your Summer Soundtrack Woes
Whether you're cracking open a cold one or planning a road-trip, we've got you covered.
Danny L Harle Brings the Feeling with Another Sad-Pop Banger “Never Thought”
90s Euro-club beats, infectious synth, saccharine sweet vocals… you know the drill.
Danny L Harle Is Still Ridiculous, Still Amazing on "1UL"
The PC Music "more is more" formula is still in full effect.
VICE UK Podcast
What's the Point of Trying to Be Original If Everything Has Been Done Before?
In this week's podcast, performance artist Marina Abramovic, PC Music's Danny L Harle and a big TV commissioner tell us how they deal with the question of originality.
Holly Herndon, Dan Deacon, Gunnar Haslam and More Musicians Mourn the Death of Pauline Oliveros
Musicians from across the globe offered their memories and reflections on Pauline Oliveros.
This Sad-Pop Banger is the Emotional Apex of PC Music
To the haters, it may seem like PC Music have been tossing shit against a wall, but with Hannah Diamond's “Fade Away” they’ve finally created their Mona Lisa.
Is It Time to Pull the Plug on PC Music?
The label have never been sure whether they're an art-project or a major label, and ultimately they've fallen somewhere in between.