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In anticipation of ‘The Bastards Have Landed’ with Swedish peers F.O.O.L to release, mohawk-rocking wobble master Albin Myers makes an overdue return to his own Soundtrack Of The Living Dead imprint with the label’s third release in the form of ‘Grindhouse’. Leaping between bleepy interludes, acid-esque segments and ‘dry’ drops of exemplary Albin Myers mannerisms, ‘Grindhouse’ makes for a sound inaugural release of 2013 for the elusive Swede.

Out today on Beatport.

Leaping from strength-to-strength with tactically tuned studio cuts, mohawk-sporting Stockholm producer Albin Myers teams up alongside eclectic homeland duo F.O.O.L to continue his spree of wobble-laden releases with ‘The Bastards Have Landed’.

First premiered at India’s renowned Sunburn Festival late last year, ‘The Bastards Have Landed’ goes in the same vein as previous Myers productions ‘Hells Bells‘ and ‘Wobble‘ to bag the Swedish trio a festival gem far from their nation’s Progressive comfort zone.

More info on the release as we get it.

In the official music video to Albin Myers’ ‘The Beast,’ three vandalizing youngsters in disguise get a reality check courtesy of an encounter with a large-mouthed creature known as ‘the beast.’ Written and produced by Myers himself, the video, which is shot exclusively in black and white, mixes raw video footage and a somewhat bizarre storyline, making for an artistic and well-fitting visual accompaniment to the aggressive character of the track. Watch the video and behind the scenes footage from the shoot below.

Get the track on Beatport.

Given the time and progress that has ensued since John Dahlback dropped his ‘Pyramid’ single, a 2012 remix was always going to muster some considerable attention. But in a long overdue return to the forefront, the Dahlback classic receives a sturdy remix treatment courtesy of elusive wobble master Albin Myers.

In a similar vein as that of his Musical Freedom debut, ‘The Beast‘, Myers takes the timeless melodic riff of ‘Pyramid’ through the motions of fast-laced wobbles for something of a signature addition to his belt.

Out soon on Mutants Records.

Mohawk at large and already packing a strong arsenal of wobbly Electro cuts, Albin Myers remains one of Sweden’s most consistent peak time advocates. Following up the “Hells Bells EP“ for Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak imprint, Tiësto’s Musical Freedom imprint plays proud host to his latest studio outing ‘The Beats’. From the tracks high-end riffage to its explosive peak of heavyset chord work, ‘The Beast’ is no peak timer for the faint hearted, but a full-throttle charge of the grinding club qualities that continue to give weight to Myer’s glowing presence on the global festival circuit and digital market alike.

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Albin Myers – The Beast

Words by Dan Carter

Following on from his acclaimed ‘Hells Bells’ original was never going to be an easy challenge. But picking up right where his four-track “Hells Bells EP” left off, elusive Stockholm producer Albin Myers makes his debut on Musical Freedom Records with little to no compromise on quality and integrity throughout.

In the same heavy-hitting manner as previous Myers productions, the Swede brings his signature sound for a promising first release on the renowned record label of Tiësto. Rife with churning builds, stiff vocal chants and screeching chords, the aptly titled ‘The Beast’ lives up to its name while setting notably high standards for his collaborative effort alongside Tommy Trash to follow suit with.

‘The Beast’ is released July 30th via Musical Freedom.

Having broken the silence with a spurt of sensational releases for 2012, elusive wobble master and long serving Swedish contender Albin Myers returns with the Hells Bells EP for Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak imprint.

Still hovering the gritty realms of ecstatic Electro fuel with newer cuts ‘Rave Riot’ and the discordant lead work of ‘Tick Tick Tock’, Myers remains at his strongest amid wobble-orientated outing ‘Hells Bells’. Laced with haunting bells samples and piercing high-end riffage, not even a multi-genre remix of the original can match its influx of raw energy and low-end autonomy. By far one of Sweden’s more outstanding assets in terms of sound, Myer’s latest EP places him firmly on the grounds of Europe’s finer Electro orientated enthusiasts.

Albin Myers – Hells Bells EP [Dim Mak Records] – Beatport Link
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Albin Myers – Hells Bells EP – Mini Mix

0:00 – 1:00 – Rave Riot
1:00 – 2:00 – Tick Tick Tock
2:00 – 2:30 – Hells Bells
2:30 – 3:41 – Hells Bells (Drumstep Mix)

Words by Dan Carter

Having broken the silence with a spurt of sensational releases for 2012, elusive wobble master and long serving Swedish contender Albin Myers returns with the Hells Bells EP for Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak imprint. S

till hovering the gritty realms of ecstatic Electro fuel with newer cuts ‘Rave Riot’ and the discordant lead work of ‘Tick Tick Tock’, Myers remains at his strongest amid wobble-orientated outing ‘Hells Bells’. Laced with haunting bells samples and piercing high-end riffage, not even a multi-genre remix of the original can match its influx of raw energy and low-end autonomy. By far one of Sweden’s more outstanding assets in terms of sound, Myer’s latest EP places him firmly on the grounds of Europe’s finer Electro orientated enthusiasts.

The Hells Bells EP is released on May 1 via Dim Mak Records.

Albin Myers – Hells Bells EP – Mini Mix

0:00 – 1:00 – Rave Riot
1:00 – 2:00 – Tick Tick Tock
2:00 – 2:30 – Hells Bells
2:30 – 3:41 – Hells Bells (Drumstep Mix)

Words by Dan Carter

Leaping from strength-to-strength with tactically tuned studio cuts with a wobble, promising Swedish contenderAlbin Myers returns with his second release for 2012, Bumbaclot. Soaring on from the affirmative noise of Tiësto and Avicii-supported ‘Hells Bells’ , the second quarter of the year sees Myers embrace the grittier realms of Electro House. Where his usual melodic refinement is complimented by an array of dexterous low-end leads, there is a raw energy to ‘Bumbaclot’ that reigns inherently positive from the outset. Premiered by Hardwell amid his latest radio show, Myers’ injection of sharp leads and his familiar wobbling drops make for a strong return from one of Sweden’s heavier-set House assets.

Albin Myers – Bumbaclot [Mutants Records] – Beatport Link

Albin Myers – Bumbaclot

Words by Dan Carter

Leaping from strength-to-strength with tactically tuned studio cuts with a wobble, promising Swedish contender Albin Myers returns with his second release for 2012, Bumbaclot. Soaring on from the affirmative noise of Tiësto and Avicii-supported ‘Hells Bells’ , the second quarter of the year sees Myers embrace the grittier realms of Electro House. Where his usual melodic refinement is complimented by an array of dexterous low-end leads, there is a raw energy to ‘Bumbaclot’ that reigns inherently positive from the outset. Premiered by Hardwell amid his latest radio show, Myers’ injection of sharp leads and his familiar wobbling drops make for a strong return from one of Sweden’s heavier-set House assets.

‘Bumbaclot’ will be released on April 10th via John Dahlback’s Mutants Records.

Words by Dan Carter

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