Myles MacInnes, or best known by his stage name Mylo, burst into the dance music scene in such a grand way over a decade ago. He is internationally renowned for his tracks “In My Arms” and “Dr. Pressure”, which successfully achieved high rankings on the European and Australian music charts.
His debut single titled “Drop The Pressure” also received an immense amount of support and this track undoubtedly propelled Mylo’s career toward greater prominence. This record also took part in his 2004 album ‘Destroy Rock & Roll’, which peaked at #26 on the UK Albums chart and was even included in Robert Dimery’s book titled ‘1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die’.
Today marks the twelve-year anniversary of the track’s release and in celebration, let us take a trip down memory lane and relive this astounding masterpiece from Mylo. Right off the bat, “Drop The Pressure” sends out the right amount of energy that would be capable of lighting up any club or festival environment.
Featuring a seamless delivery of funky beats, groovy basslines, and gracious synths, this track has been able to make any listener dance for many years now. The addition of the lively vocals and disco elements is also the last piece to the puzzle that completes this legendary dance music staple from Mylo.