The Isle of Skye may seem an unlikely inspiration for one of 2004's finest dance-crossover albums, but as Myles MacInnes spent hours staring across the rolling hills with just his Apple Mac G4 for company, he somehow created a little slice of pop magic. His debut album 'Destroy Rock and Roll' was a huge success, and the single that made people sit up and take notice was the track with THAT bassline - 'Drop the Pressure' - which propelled Mylo onto The Radio 1 daytime playlist. A success even more gratifying as Mylo decided to put out the album on his own label, co-owned by fellow producer and DJ Linus Loves. Breastfed - with its distinctive simple bold artwork and its unashamed embracing of music with a sense of fun - suddenly became hot property. Mylo's music really comes into its own when performed live with full backing band, but as well as live performer Mylo is in demand as remixer - for artists from Freeform 5 to Kylie - and a DJ. His DJ set recorded at Bugged Out in 2003 is still one of the most popular sets to be streamed from endclub.com.
Photo by Heike Schneider-Matzigkeit
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