LISTEN: Adventure Club ‘Wonder’ (The Kite String Tangle Adaption)
If you’re looking for a beautifully intricate track to listen to this evening you should try THE KITE STRING TANGLE‘s new remix of his collaborative track with ADVENTURE CLUB.
The track they created, ‘Wonder’, is a very cool track and after it was released, Danny Harley, the Brisbane producer and singer behind THE KITE STRING TANGLE, has decided to re-vamp it into an even cooler piece.
Whilst THE KITE STRING TANGLE has been busy here in Australia performing a series of headline shows, releasing killer tracks like ‘Given The Chance’ and being announced for many festivals such as Groovin’ The Moo and Splendour In The Grass, over in Montreal ADVENTURE CLUB have been busy also, which makes us wonder where the three boys found time to create such a killer track like ‘Wonder’.
ADVENTURE CLUB themselves have been busy creating amazing tracks of their own and playing major music festivals such as Coachella. The duo have also been playing a variety of shows around the United States and basically wowing everybody in their audience. The collaboration between the Canadian duo and Brisbane producer created a stunning track that will no doubt make you fall into a pool of bliss, but the new adaption has a delicateness that the original mix left out.
Opening with deep chimes, a beautiful piano melody and very atmospheric synths, the track sounds slightly eerie and soft, but soon is lifted by the vocals of Danny Harley. The track slowly builds as the vocals take control and a series of light percussion and smooth synths begin to swirl around the vocals before everything drops and becomes very quiet. The entire song is very sweet and solemn which just creates a deep mood, of which THE KITE STRING TANGLE knows how to own.
THE KITE STRING TANGLE is about to embark on the 2014 Groovin’ the Moo Festival tour where he will be playing alongside WHAT SO NOT, DISCLOSURE, VIOLENT SOHO and a variety of other amazing artists so be sure to catch his set if you’re heading over to one of the stops.
Words by Lauren Payne