Mike McFly Releases EP In Collaboration With This Ain’t Bristol

As one of the Netherlands’ emerging DJs, Mike McFly brings out a unique style in the tech-house scene. According to Beatport, his style emphasizes free use of “sub-rumbling drumlines, heavy rolling basses, and quirky leads”. Along the way, he has partnered with artists such as Claude VonStroke, Afrojack, Green Velvet, and Groove Armada.

Finally on April 26, Mike McFly released a two-track EP titled FreakBoiii/Gally Galore with German record label This Ain’t Bristol. Additionally, the EP is a personal tribute to Mike McFly’s late father, Renzo, who would always supported his career.

FreakBoiii, Gally Galore, & Choo Choo

In detail, “FreakBoiii” provides a perfect balance between drum and bass with distinctive cymbal sounds. Certainly, it is a track that has the power to heighten the party atmosphere and produce upbeat emotions. Likewise with “Gally Galore”, this track supplied static-like vocals alongside melodic synths, horns, and rhythm percussion. Surely, this track is perfect for listeners when they are cruising down a coastal highway in a sports car.

Furthermore, Mike McFly also added in a bonus track as a separate, yet free download called, “Choo Choo”. Specifically, “Choo Choo” incorporates a fusion of Tech House with rolling bass-lines that creates a catchy tune. To be sure, this track’s an ideal choice for any festive environment, whether a house party or music festival.

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Interestingly, the two-track EP, and also the bonus “Choo Choo” track, blends both classic and modern house sounds. To emphasize, his innovative music style has a strong influence from tech and bass, as well as early-2000s French House. The artists who have inspired McFly and his musical style include Daft Punk, Patrick Alavi, and Laidback Luke.

Besides this collaboration with This Ain’t Bristol, he has produced tracks with Relief Records, Dirtybird, House of Hustle and Perfect Driver. Recently in June 2018, he and Hood Rich released an EP titled Goldbrick, which includes his own track, “Steam Rolla”. According to his SoundCloud bio, Mike McFly does house music mentoring and stem mixing and mastering.

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Ken Ngo

Ken is a passionate sports and music fan with soccer being his #1 sport and European (particularly French and Dutch) house music being his #1 genre. His favorite producers are Martin Solveig, Sebastian Ingrosso, Madeon, Tiesto, Martin Garrix, and Armin Van Buuren.

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