France-based Kmyle delivers a unique blend of dark and cosmic techno in his upcoming ‘Human Flaws EP’ via Mark Broom's Beard Man.
Mark Broom is fast becoming as expert at providing a platform for burgeoning artists via his Beard Man label; highlighting talent from the international techno scene (like Avision, Rene Wise or Absent) as he is behind the decks or in the studio. And to close the year, his label showcases another of these: Kmyle. Kmyle is an energetic artist who has begun to build a strong reputation through his productions and collaborations. A hardened machinist, he delights in bringing this energy to his Live Hardware performances and DJ sets which are calibrated for the dance floor, taking him to clubs and festivals around the world like, Concrete, Rex Club, Razzmatazz, Astropolis (Greece), Arena Berlin, Egg London, Griessmühle and more, plus a recent tour of India and China. Following a number of highly-received EP releases and an artist album, ‘Northern Landscapes’ on Electric Rescue’s Skryptöm Records, the France-based Kmyle was then signed up to the discerning Clergy Records in 2017, which has so far resulted in two solo EPs and a collaboration with Clergy label boss, Cleric that also boasted a remix from Blueprint’s James Ruskin, earlier in 2019. This next release sees Kmyle making his Beard Man debut with the ‘Human Flaws EP’, where he delivers his powerful techno sound across four new tracks that burst with heavy drums and tight percussion, proving that Kmyle is undoubtedly an artist to watch.