An artist of varied influences ranging from Erol Alkan to Rustie, his musical versatility shines through his collaborations, remixes, and writing credits. In 2017, he released the seminal electronic-indie LP B4NGER PROJECT with longtime collaborator Gentle Bones on Universal Music, followed by co-production work on RL Grime's I Wanna Know in 2018 - with latter going on to rack up over 30,000,000 streams on Spotify alone. Perpetually straddling the spheres of high-octane records and lush soundtracks, MYRNE's softer sensibilities shine through on his remix work for Lauv's "There's No Way" and Jai Wolf's "Lost."
Despite his secluded home base, MYRNE has a storied history of live shows to his name. His frenetic interweaving of emotion and energy has garnered an international audience, ranging from Miami to Mongolia; in 2018, MYRNE was the first Singaporean act to play at acclaimed dance festival Tomorrowland.
In his spare time, MYRNE's other passions include reading and penning immodest biographies in the third person.