Klyne Klyne

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  • 1Break Away03:08
  • 2Paralyzed03:06
  • 3Don't Stop03:28
  • 4Sure Thing03:25
  • 5Water Flow03:44
  • 6Your Touch03:28
  • 7Still Not Over You03:47
  • 8All You Ever Needed03:01
  • 9Ecstacy03:35
  • 10Like A Razor04:13
  • Total Runtime34:55

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„I’ve seen quite a few derogatory references to “blog-pop” recently, mostly from myopic #realmusic fans, who seem unable to cope with the fact that many disparate styles of music can thrive simultaneously. “Blog-pop” is essentially a snidey, bullshit phrase referencing the recent glut of synth-led, R&B-influenced songs self-released by bedroom producers. And yes, there has been a glut, and as is true of music of any genre, not all of it is worth your time. So instead of bleating on about the makeweights of the “movement”, let’s focus on some future stars.

Vocalist Nick Klein and Tiga-approved producer Ferdous Dehzad have been sharing slick, minimalist electro-pop on Soundcloud since the start of 2015. Their excellent early singles ‘Paralyzed / Entropy’ and ‘Waiting’ were released by tastemaker imprint Aesop – who also discovered TĀLĀ and SOHN – and, following an arena tour with Years & Years, the Dutch duo have just joined Metronomy and Christine and the Queens over at French indie Because Music.

Listening to their debut track for the label, it feels like a very neat fit. Combining darkwave-ish synths with the propulsive patter of drum pads, and overlaid with the warmth of Klein’s supple, soulful vocals, ‘Don’t Stop’ is a crepuscular, avant-pop gem. So if the continued existence of “blog pop” means hearing more songs that sound like a collaboration between Jai Paul and Matthew Dear, count me in.“ (Gem Samways, London In Stereo)


Singer Nick Klein and producer Ferdous Dehzad, together as KLYNE, are based in Eindhoven in the Netherlands; the duo make mellow electronic pop that fizzes and glitches like a sunnier cousin to Jai Paul’s harder sound.

Klyne first caught tastemaker attention with their critically-acclaimed debut EP ‘Paralyzed’ on Aesop, as well as their debut remix - a rework of Disclosure’s ‘Omen’ feat. Sam Smith - before signing to Because Music and going on to release their first two singles, ‘Don’t Stop’ & ‘Water Flow’.

With their new single, ‘Still Not Over You’ out now on Big Beat Records/Because Music, Klyne reveal the new video to accompany their heartbreak jam.

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