Today we premiere the latest bass-heavy release from Casa Del Mirto’s upcoming album ‘Still’.
If you haven’t heard the sounds of Casa Del Mirto, it’s time to tune in. With a name that translates to ‘house of myrtle’, the name Myrtle originating from the Victorian era of England, their name reflects the simplicity in their music. But don’t be fooled by the simplicity sentiment, their music is certainly not dull. Fusing together a heady mix of 90s house hooks, hip-hop beats, RnB fuelled vocals and even anthemic indie notes, beneath their trademark whimsical musings, the sound they provide is infectious leaving you desperate to hear more.
Today we premiere bass-heavy track ‘What I See Inside of Me’, taken from Casa Del Mirto’s upcoming album ‘Still,’ set for release this January via Ghost Records. Presenting us with saturated synths, deep beats and echoed vocals, the track transports us to a sun-drenched coastline, a far cry from the office that’s of sure. It may only be Monday, but the Christmas countdown has well and truly began. Sit back, relax and enjoy.