After six years of friendship and a previously shared residency, Musical Freedom’s freshest talents, Mike Williams and Justin Mylo, team up on their debut collaboration “Groovy George.” Featuring a synth-heavy breakdown, distorted vocals, and a groove-infused bass line that lives up to the record’s name, “Groovy George” only further establishes both artists’ statuses as ones to watch.
DJing since the age of twelve, Dutch producer Mike Williams has only improved his skills with each passing year. With his bootleg of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “I Really Like You” earning over one million Soundcloud plays to date, Williams has performed alongside artists including Martin Garrix, Jay Hardway, Yellow Claw, Tiësto and more. Earlier this year, Williams was revealed as the force behind the highly anticipated Musical Freedom release “Sweet & Sour,” quickly gaining attention as a bright new voice in the electronic music world.
Twenty year-old Justin Mylo’s future is looking bright, already becoming a staple at Multiply in Ibiza and famed festival Don’t Let Daddy Know in Amsterdam. Influenced by the sound of his home in the Netherlands, Mylo first gained attention on “Bouncybob,” the producer’s collaboration with Martin Garrix and Mesto that was released last year, amassing more than three million plays online.