Irish Brad Pitt
It’d be easy to think that he’s a fun loving disco DJ on a brief first encounter, but Myler’s sound is one of the most unforgiving on the island and across all of Europe despite the overpowering atmosphere of positivity surrounding him. He first emerged on our radars via Ansome’s notoriously eardrum-unfriendly label South London Analog Material and a close affiliation with Baas Mooy’s slightly (stressing slightly here) more accessible Mord imprint. Through that exposure, the Irishman has played the length and breath of Europe with some of techno’s biggest and most intense names.
While he could have ended up as one of the many well-known artists that have stuck with either label, he switched to an even more hectic homebase, the RA-described ‘comically fast’ Belfast-based promotion DSNT.
“You’re just there to play music for people to dance to. The less people that take it seriously the better! There is a space for artistically-advanced techno and experimental stuff, but I don’t think it’s in a club. We’re there to dance, we’re there to party and most people are there to rave; it’s escapism, people’s lives are hard enough during the week they don’t need to be intellectually stimulated in the nightclub, you’re there to have the craic.”
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