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Posted May 18, 2017 by Mike Mineo in Electronic
 
 

Meanr Mynr – “Soul Out”

Denver-based livetronica artist Meanr Mynr has a wide array of influences that range from Led Zeppelin to The Glitch Mob. His career started playing guitar for a number of Colorado hip-hop and indie acts, later forming prog-rock group Infinite Exactitude. He would eventually supplement his guitar-playing ability with production and electronica, with newer sounds like Flying Lotus and Pretty Lights being inspiration. “Soul Out”, the first track off his recently released The Compound EP, shows the approach well — with lively, passionate guitar work co-existing cohesively within an electronic soundscape with a buzzing bassn and trickling keys. Rising in intensity throughout, it’s a solid showing on a commendable EP from the Denver-based Meanr Mynr.

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