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|1. Valley of the Dolls|
|4. Drop the Pressure|
|5. In My Arms|
|6. Guilty of Love|
|7. Paris Four Hundred|
|8. Destroy Rock & Roll|
|10. Otto's Journey|
|11. Musclecar (Reform Reprise)|
|13. Need You Tonite|
Mylo has produced a refreshing and at times startling debut in the form of Destroy Rock & Roll. Sophisticated electro stabs, classy breaks and fat-bottomed bass lines characterise his rich, varied and well-balanced sound. Influenced by artists such as Prince ("Guilty of Love"), Daft Punk ("Otto's Journey") and even Scissor Sisters ("Musclecar Reform Reprise"), this album includes the high-octane guitar title-track single "Destroy Rock & Roll".
We have our first contender for album of 2004
This refreshing and at times startling debut originates, from of all of places, Scotland's far-flung Isle of Skye and the studio of 24-year-old Myles MacInnes. "I'm just having fun," he refreshingly declares, "It's got to have impact, otherwise I just don't see the point". Impact is right!
With a sound characterised by sophisticated electro stabs, classy breaks and fat-bottomed bass lines it is remarkable to learn that most of Mylo's production tools are computer internal. His music is rich, varied and well balanced and sounds as if it has had an army of engineers assisting him. Like AdamF who set out to make his seminal Colours album on a limited equipment, Mylo's genius is evident in his one-ness with his G4.
Opening with a trio of downbeat electronica cuts - "Valley Of The Dolls", "Sunworshipper" and "Muscle Cars" - it's clear that his time spent in the San Francisco's Bay Area has rubbed off with the beats oozing of the distinctly rich surroundings West Coast vibe.
Mylo first appeared on the scene only twelve months ago with his debut single, "Destroy Rock & Roll" - a high-octane guitar workout bending chunky beats with a raucous vocal sample. Despite label interest, with the backing of a couple of friends, he decided to go it alone and created Breastfed.
A wise move that has since seen his label tipped as one to watch in 2004; stable-mates Linus Loves just one of a handful of acts tipped to make more than just ripples. And as with LL's "The Terrace" that takes its cue from Stevie Nicks', "In My Arms" similar weaves a hypnotic disco spell chopping up a riff from Kim Carne's "Bette Davis Eyes" from the same era.
With influences ranging from Prince ("Guilty Of Love") through to Daft Punk ("Ottos Journey") and even Scissor Sisters ("Musclecar Reform Reprise"), it's little wonder that The Face described him as "Scotland's answer to Royksopp". By refusing to adhere to any one musical style, Mylo may well become one of the most misunderstood artists of his generation, yet despite this, expect this totally absorbing debut to make its mark on the end of year 'best of' listings. --Andrew McGregor
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Sitting somewhere between dance and chillout, I am really enjoying listening to this album. Think I'll be checking out other Mylo stuff too.Published 1 month ago by Ali G
NOT BAD AT ALL! I am pretty pleased with this album. The only thing I would say is that it probably could have had maybe longer tracks as they seem to end fast so the overall... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mr. G. M. Detisi
Why Amazon selling this album so cheap? Please open your ear lopes and reconsider the worth of this intangible material I call awesome! yeah it's good by the way, buy it now..Published 13 months ago by Jekyll
In the mid-late 2000's many Electronic greats, like Basement Jaxx, Underworld & Fatboy Slim started to decline in quality. Read morePublished on 10 Sept. 2013 by Will
Really pleased with the service. Item was despatched straight away and received as advertised. I'd use this seller again.Published on 23 Feb. 2011 by 12345
one of my favourite albums. some great tunes, easy listening and some to really get you going. a great buy.Published on 14 Jan. 2008 by M. Worthington
A few of my friends were raving about this so I gave it a go.
Not the belter I had been told it was, in fact if it were not for the production I'd be forced to call it weak. Read more
The Isle of Skye is not exactly where most people think of bright, inventive new electronica coming from. Read morePublished on 19 July 2005 by EA Solinas