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Brett-Butler
post May 29 2016, 12:11 PM
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It's been 13 years since Mylo dropped his debut album "Destroy Rock & Roll", which dropped massive dance hits like "Drop The Pressure", "In My Arms", the eponymous title track and with a little help from Miami Sound Machine, "Dr Pressure". Now it seems that he's lining up to release album #2, after such a long delay which he has hinted has been due to legal issues. He's releasing 3 "Transmissions" every week, which appear to be snippets from songs that he's recorded in the interim.

Tansmission #1 -



And #2 -



Neither sound like smash hits, but both sound similar to the album tracks from that era, and are both rather relaxing.

So, album #2 is finally upon us?
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post May 29 2016, 02:18 PM
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QUOTE(Brett-Butler @ May 29 2016, 01:11 PM) *
It's been 13 years since Mylo dropped his debut album "Destroy Rock & Roll", which dropped massive dance hits like "Drop The Pressure", "In My Arms", the eponymous title track and with a little help from Miami Sound Machine, "Dr Pressure". Now it seems that he's lining up to release album #2, after such a long delay which he has hinted has been due to legal issues. He's releasing 3 "Transmissions" every week, which appear to be snippets from songs that he's recorded in the interim.

Tansmission #1 -



And #2 -



Neither sound like smash hits, but both sound similar to the album tracks from that era, and are both rather relaxing.

So, album #2 is finally upon us?


I did like Mylo, one of the big three dance acts of 2004- 2006 along with The Shapeshifters and Freemasons.

Drop The Pressure was a very underground sounding song at the time to be a hit, minimal tech house a bit like Riton or Format B.

Doctor Pressure confused me when I was younger, as to why this old song from what i thought was Gloria Estefan was suddenly being played again everywhere.

But in general the mid 2000s dance scene which Mylo was part of was a breath of fresh air for me after the terrible cheesy stuff from Soda Club, Flip and Fill's dreadful later stuff (such a disappointment after the excellent True Love Never Dies), Special D and Ultrabeat - Elysium I Go Crazy in 2003 and early 2004.

I hope Radio 1 gives Mylo's new stuff airplay, probably the likes of Pete Tong will although he might not make the playlist unfortunately


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post May 31 2016, 08:09 PM
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