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The inaugural release on Rabit’s Halcyon Veil label is the solo debut from promising 21 year old producer Myth. There are some incredibly talented young boys and girls out there in their bedrooms. A generation born into a world with technology at their fingertips, utilizing it for their own means of self expression and positively contributing the the cultural landscape. I’m reminded of ...

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12" EP on Halcyon Veil.

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8/10 Ant Staff review, 16 September 2015

The inaugural release on Rabit’s Halcyon Veil label is the solo debut from promising 21 year old producer Myth. There are some incredibly talented young boys and girls out there in their bedrooms. A generation born into a world with technology at their fingertips, utilizing it for their own means of self expression and positively contributing the the cultural landscape. I’m reminded of the first wave of UK garage when white labels would circulate out of Blackmarket in Soho, all of a sudden all these young talented artists came out of nowhere and where knocking out these tracks but you never really knew who they were. Now with the further advancement of the internet it really feels like their time to be heard by a wider audience -- and this EP really does.

Seven tracks strong all kinda like variations on a similar theme. Working within a 2-step blueprint; Myth loads each track with an astounding amount of emotion and melancholy. Each bleep weeps a thousand electronic tears that trickle over precise, shuffling beats and lush dreamy synths. Think Zomby’s bleepy tracks laced with Burial’s sense of longing and heartache and you’re in the right place. Gosh I better turn this off now before I start blubbing all over my keyboard. A right bunch of tear jerkers.


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