MYD - Born A Loser - 2LP - Vinyl

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MYD - Born A Loser - 2LP - Vinyl

MYD - Born A Loser - 2LP - Vinyl

€29.99

 

LABEL: Because Music

CAT NO: BEC5676589

BARCODE: 5060766765891

 

Tracklisting:

A1 WE ARE THE LIGHT
A2 LET YOU SPEAK
A3 TOGETHER WE STAND

B1 BORN A LOSER
B2 THERE’S A SNAKE IN MY BOOT
B3 THE SUN
B4 WHETHER THE WEATHER (FEAT JUAN WAUTERS)

C1 ALWAYS A LIGHT
C2 CALL ME
C3 MOVING MEN (FEAT MAC DEMARCO)
C4 IT’S ABOUT YOU

D1 I FEEL BETTER (I GOT SOMETHING)
D2 NOW THAT WE FOUND LOVE
D3 WE FOUND IT (FEAT BAKAR)


MYD – Born A Loser

2LP – 140g Vinyl
(Housed in a Gatefold sleeve with printed inners.)


Ed Banger Records presents Born A Loser, Myd’s first album. Featuring Mac de Marco, Juan Wauters and Bakar.

A drunken round of jazzercise, a lazy float in the kiddie pool, your weird uncle gyrating under disco lights. Myd’s debut album Born Loser is a soundtrack to life’s strange delights. After a decade of experience, the Lille-bred producer perfects his solo sound on this 14-track collection. Indie electro grit meets infectious pop hooks, wrapped in passionate depth. It’s a little bit folksy with a French touch soul, all fed through Myd’s surreal filter.

Myd is a homemade anti-hero. Purposefully approachable and painfully relatable, his world is one of hyper-normal, mundane scenes melting into fever dreams. Take a stack of ’80s records, spill a Mai Tai across the collection and watch the covers bleed in psychedelic swirls. That’s the warbled sheen of Myd’s calling card, feeding melodies through cassette recorders and cheap analog gear for a distinctly DIY effect.

Completing the album took more than dedication. Myd also took vocal lessons, learning to trust not just his style choices but his own voice. There are only a handful of collaborations, including Uruguayan folk artist Juan Wuaters and Bakar. Likewise, the album’s title track takes its name and spirit from a dizzying and hypnotic loop of Bobby Lee’s 1966 song “I Was Born A Loser.”