Cosmo’s Midnight – “Mind Off” (ft. Kudu Blue)

Cosmo’s Midnight – also known as twin electronic duo Patrick and Cosmo Liney – are finally back with a brand new single, their second of the year following their stunning, synth heavy release “History.” The duo goes a little more old-school with the dance beat of “Mind Off,” featuring sultry vocals from Kudu Blue’s Clementine Douglas. Co-written and produced by Alunageorge’s George Reid, the track sounds even more thoughtfully composed and balanced, the various layers of synth coming in waves of chilled-out energy. Seemingly no talk of a debut album quite yet, but given the boys’ packed year, it just might come out of nowhere – we’ll be ready.


photo by Alex Johnstone

Cosmo’s Midnight – “History”

The last we heard from Cosmo’s Midnight – also known as twin brother producers Cosmo and Patrick Liney – was their Moments EP, which included the smooth, hypnotizing track “Snare (ft. Wild Eyed Boy)” and the bouncy “Walk With Me (ft. KUČKA), which flawlessly intertwined complex beats with energetic, smooth vocals. Now, the Sydney based duo is back with an absolutely stunning new track to add to their already impressive repertoire. “History” is a gorgeous r&b/pop gem, with bright, punchy, phaser-like synth and an absolutely killer vocal track. We’re hoping this will lead to a full-length album from the twins in the future – we can’t seem to get enough of their addictive persona.


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Cosmo’s Midnight – “Snare” (feat. Wild Eyed Boy)


Cosmo’s Midnight is composed of twin producers Cosmo and Patrick Liney. Their simple, smooth electronic music is reminiscent of fellow twin producers Guy and Howard Lawrence from Disclosure, not only because of the obvious sibling rivalry but also the nature of the beats that they effortlessly produce in their track “Snare.” It swells and palpitates throughout the vocals and seems to layer and grow in intensity as the song progresses. The inclusion of details like metallic drips and lucid reverb also help make this song deep and introspective, despite the simple lyrics.


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