Daily Discovery #19: Miynt

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Daily Discovery #19: Miynt

Staring out the window, you’re pulled into a different, more exciting world with this twisted electro-pop release by MIYNT.

After The Gold Rush is the second track on the future debut EP of Miynt and it is a powerful statement. The seemingly random piano melodies, bubbling synths, and repetitive beats pull you in to get lost in the electro-pop track. It’s somehow creates a world of its own.

The transitions are constant so you can’t pull away from your speakers once. Its brilliant. There’s so many layers to it, and so many parts, but they slot together perfectly creating a stimulating release.

The Stockholm artist named The Gold Rush after the Neil Young 1970 album with the same title. Talking to Fader, Miynt said:

The song is playing with some of the titles of that record but it is also about time. How things have a timeline, and about doing the best of things and not overthinking it. Time is tricky. Some timelines seem more abstract than others” – Miynt.

She will be releasing her first EP, Ep no. 1 on B3SCI Records in September which is available to pre-order here.

Also on the EP is The Strangest Game released last month. It’s another electro-pop beauty, even if it is a little calmer!

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