DJ School Amsterdams Mylow wins Vinylized 2018
With the track ‘Untroubled’, our student Mylow won this years highly acclaimed Vinylized contest for upcoming dance producers.
We are extremely proud of Mylow (Milo Tomasovic) who gave his producer skills a big boost at our School in 2016. Coached by our teacher Daan van de Pol, he managed to increase on a composing and technical level.
He got his award during Amsterdam Dance Event and was praised for his ‘powerful buildup, great production and catching melodies’. The track has ‘a very own sound and theme’, so the jury said. In the clip above you hear snippest of the soon to be released song.
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Here is the press release from Amsterdam Dance Event about Mylows win:
Mylow is the winner of the fourteenth edition of the producers contest Vinylized with the track ‘Untroubled’. The five finalists of the contest were LAu, Smeek, Mylow, Cool Tiger and Meraki.
After recent updates about the new number one in the DJ Mag Top 100 and the winner of the Companies to Watch competition, we focus on another contest winner as Mylow came out on top as the winner of Vinylized 2018.
Vinylized, organised in collaboration with the GRAP foundation, is the fourteenth edition of the annual contest which gives dance producers an opportunity to present themselves to the music industry, the press and the public.
The competition has had winners and participants like Nicky Elisabeth, Arjuna Schiks, David Granaada, S.K.Y., Olaf Stuut, Knarsetand, Quentin van Honk, Daniel Zuur, Nymfo, Bakermat and Tim Wolff. GRAP’s objective is to stimulate Amsterdam pop music and culture, and to contribute to the development of Amsterdam’s musical talent.
The jury consists of twenty-three judges: Rolf Volkert (Anna Agency), Rogier van Twuijver (Modern Day Composers), Esther van der Poel (PACCT), Iason Chronis (Mason), Sjam Sjamsoedin, Pim Mulders, Olivier Weiter, Marco Muhring (Friendly Fire), Coen Tegelberg (Cloud 9), Axel van der Lugt (Sugar Factory), Edwin Mulder (Topbillin’), Chris Walraven (3voor12), Estroe (Estroe Advice/Rosedale Records), Adriaan Muts (Full Spectrum), Elvin Usidame (Paradiso), Tom van Wijk (ID&T), Ivo Adelaar (Revealed Recordings), Martijn Kouween (Revealed Recordings), Ruud Lekx (Rude66, Interface), Nicky Elisabeth (winner Vinylized 2017), Hubrecht Kirchner, Tunnelvisions and VNTM.
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