“2023 is the 12 months I make music particularly for dancing.”
Sharing his first single of the 12 months, MYRNE has reemerged stronger than ever, becoming a member of forces with Manila Killa to kickstart a brand new artistic path.
“2023 is the 12 months I make music particularly for dancing,” proclaimed the Singaporean producer, whose creative development has been outstanding since his preliminary break into the scene again in 2017.
Out now through Astralwerks, “Conflicted” comes precisely three years after the discharge of MYRNE and Killa’s heavenly Fluorescence EP, a two-tracker crammed with mushy dance grooves, playful melodies and soothing vocals. On “Conflicted,” nevertheless, the inspiration comes straight from the darkish corners of the dancefloor.
“It is one of many first instances I really considered making music for the membership, whereas in the membership,” MYRNE says of his new single. “I used to be at a Cleaning soap social gathering in Seoul they usually simply had the perfect environment, lights, folks and all that.”
Inspiration struck MYRNE in the midst of the dancefloor, and he recorded a voice observe whereas the concepts had been nonetheless recent. “Conflicted” is a mesmerizing and bass-heavy sonic journey, and it is as becoming for an underground dancefloor as it’s for late-night radio rotations. Sultry vocal samples, heat basslines and shimmering chords drive the tune, which pulls stylistic influences from the darkish aesthetic of minimal techno and the retro-futuristic sonics of French home.
Take a take heed to “Conflicted” under.