Mylo's simple yet well-worked electronic ditties have seen him heralded as the saviour of dance music by the media. While the Isle of Skye's greatest export seems a bit non-plussed by these bold statements himself, there's no doubt that fashion-afflicted folk seem to have stopped sneering at the genre and started embracing it again. His biggest track to date, Drop The Pressure, is now welded on to the Miami Sound Machine's 1984 hit Doctor Beat to give it a new lease of life and create the hybrid mash-up Doctor Pressure (clever eh?).
If you are familiar with both of the originals, you can already begin to imagine how this sounds. The three note looped intro to Drop The Pressure is joined by the dirty eighties synth-stabs of Doctor Beat then Gloria Estefan begins a high-pitched plea to her GP about a medical condition that causes her to lose control of her feet. The two tracks merge together extremely well, so well in fact this probably took the young Scot about half an hour to knock together on his stereo before he went out to his local supermarket to preach dance music to the rock-addled masses.
This may be huge - it's certainly got that almost-too-catchy-for-its-own-good factor, or it may be dismissed as mere novelty. Most likely, though, the former will be swiftly followed by the latter, so make sure you enjoy it while you can.