Toronto-based electronic artist, Vymvn (pronounced a-men), has just released a new single, titled “VLONE”, and it’s a modern EDM track with additional embellishment and a catchy instrumental hook.
Vymvn grew up surrounded by the sounds of the city and was easily drawn to the art of music. Despite facing significant obstacles to pursuing formal musical training, he quickly taught himself to play guitar at the age of 15 and was inspired to explore FL Studio a year later as he delved further into the electronic music scene. Loving and appreciating the technicality behind creating tracks, he taught himself to DJ and has had several releases on big labels while also catching the attention of some EDM big names, like Don Diablo and Nicky Romero.
“VLONE” showcases a very unique sound, one that is unlike anything that I’ve personally heard before. Even just listening to this track for a few seconds, I was hooked because of how different the production is from a lot of the tracks I’m used to hearing.
As female vocals are very common in EDM tracks, I think the instrumental production is what makes “VLONE” stand out. Don’t get me wrong, the vocals are still very lovely and extremely well mixed, but the real star is the production, in my opinion. There are so many different layers, yet it all flows so nicely together and never feels overwhelming. There are underlying string instruments and multiple percussive elements that can be heard, culminating to a light and bouncy hook with echoing male vocals underneath the main female ones.
It has all of the classic elements of a vibey EDM track, but with new and fun surprises scattered throughout.