The Dark Runs is taken from Mystik Vybe ‘s “Flux” EP, out 27th May on Deeplomatic Recordings
Deeplomatic Recordings EP#115 from Mystik Vybe includes two fresh original tracks ‘Flux’ and ‘The Dark Runs’. ‘Flux’ features the unique vocals of Kieran Fowkes and is inspired by the deep sound of Berlin, with minimal percussions, a beautiful organic synth riff and a bouncy bassline. The second track ‘The Dark Runs’ falls in a gloomy area and is defined by the same style of music.
The EP is completed with a magnificent remix by the top producer Onur Ozman.
Mystik Vybe grew up in a musical environment and started playing different instruments since he was a little boy. His passion for electronic music started in the late 90’s, when he had the chance to see playing in his hometown Bucharest, a city with a big underground scene, with international artists like John Digweed, Deep Dish, Sasha, Groove Armada, Hernan Cattaneo and local Dj’s like Rhadoo and Rosario Internullo. At that time Progressive and Deep House were very popular in his country, Romania. In 2007 he moved to the UK and discovered the epic club Fabric in London, where he saw for the first time the Italian icon of minimal techno Marco Carola, who became his idol.
Mystik Vybe started DJ-ing in 2011 and studied music production in London. Over the years he has played in cities like Bucharest, London, Ibiza, Barcelona, Madrid, Portsmouth and Bournemouth including clubs like Pacha London, Ministry Of Sound London, Egg London, Hush Ibiza, Halele Carol Bucharest and released music on labels like Deeplomatic Recordings, Shake Recordings, Klexos Records, Totum Music and Flemcy Music.
In his productions, you can find a wide variety of electronic music genres like Deep House, Tech House, Techno, Progressive House or Electronica with main influences from the artists mentioned above. His music has been charted on the Beatport Top 100 several times and has received support from artists like Mat.Joe, Claude Von Stroke, Alex Ferrer, Leonardo Gonnelli, ItaloBros and Anthony Pappa to name a few.