Count him as not only one of the most well-respected music producers in the world, but also one of the most creative arrangers, composers, mixers, programmers and musicians in the world.
Grammy Award-winner David Kahne counts among his musical accomplishments albums with:
The Strokes (First Impressions of Earth),
Paul McCartney (Memory Almost Full, Back In The U.S., Driving Rain),
Fishbone (Fishbone EP, In Your Face, It’s a Wonderful Life, Truth and Soul, The Reality of My Surroundings),
Tony Bennett (MTV Unplugged: Tony Bennett, Steppin’ Out/Astaire),
Imogen Heap (I Megaphone)
Sugar Ray (14:59, Floored)
Regina Spektor (Begin to Hope),
Stevie Nicks (Love Changes),
Ingrid Michaelson (Human Again),
The Bangles (Different Light, All Over The Place)
k.d. lang (Invincible)
Lana Del Rey (AKA)
Kelly Clarkson (My December)
Bruce Springsteen (Orchestral Arrangement and production on “Secret Garden”),
Renee Fleming (Dark Hope)
Taking Back Sunday (New Again)
David has just finished composing a dance suite for Twyla Tharp; scored an Australian documentary As Worlds Divide; composed the theme for American television documentary series, I Am Cait,; and scored The Agent, a TV documentary for Alex Gibney as part of The New Yorker Presents.
David most recent projects include Thelma Plum for Warner Bros. Australia; Jadagrace for Capitol/Motown, scoring an immersive experience for National Geographic and developing several artists from his SeeSquared Studios headquartered inside Flux Studios.
He remains one of the most diverse and dedicated music makers to ever grace a control room.
Filmmaker Magazine – December 2017