MYRNE's 10 Essential Australian Tour Tunes

MYRNE's 10 Essential Australian Tour Tunes

The producer shares the tracks that have been getting it done so far on his Australian tour.

US producer MYRNE is currently on the road around Australia, taking his specific brand of R&B, future-bass, and trap to clubs all over the country - and judging by some of the photos so far it looks like it's going swimmingly.

We touched base with the man himself haflway through the tour to find out what tunes he's been rinsing the hardest and heating up the crowd the best. So consider this either an opportunity to boost your playlists, or get a little sneak peek of what to expect on one of his remaining shows (full list down the bottom).

1. KRANE & Ekali - Akira

A high energy tune that switches it up every minute. The cinematic breakdowns are perfect in a time where trap music is starting to approach saturation point.

2. Hydraulix & QUIX - Jam Drizzle

One of QUIX’s hardest beats in a while.

3. Getter - Hecka Tight

Always a fan of breakbeat - every dancefloor I’ve played goes out crazy to this.

4. Dombresky - Utopia

Dark afterhours vibes that fit perfectly well in a mainroom set.

5. Ed Sheeran - Shape Of You (Jupe x Awoltalk Remix)

Pop remixes usually have one purpose only - but this is so well done I haven’t stopped listening to it since it came out.

6. Herobust & LAXX - No Time

This one has the meanest crowd reactions I’ve gotten. Their individual styles blend together perfect in this one.

7. Flume - Wall Fuck (CRNKN Edit)

It’s the melodic flip the original was always asking for.

8. Slumberjack - Fracture feat. Vera Blue

I can’t get enough of the synth toplines. Both complex and catchy at the same time.

9. Point Point - All This (AWE Remix)

A perfect homage to the original. It’s so natural I’m surprised it hasn’t been played out more.

10. MYRNE - Altars

Obviously I play my own music in my own sets. Come down to hear the other 53 MYRNE IDs in them!

TOUR DATES:

Wed 18 Jan - World Bar, Sydney

Fri 20 Jan - Ambar, Perth

Sat 21 Jan - Family, Brisbane

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