New York indie-pop singer/songwriter and producer Dylan Emmet is back with a fun new bop, the infectious “No Chill,” an energetic, slightly left of center pop jam. A genre blending mix of indie-electronic and alternative pop meets a 90’s throwback feel, complementing Dylan’s unassuming sarcastic swagger. The mix of the forward synth driven production with Emmet’s swirling guitars come to a head in a killer chorus, culminating into a song that is just plain fun. Dylan explains the inspiration behind the track:

“Writing No Chill, I wanted to capture that fun, exciting, and scared to death feeling you get in the beginning of a new relationship. The feeling when you are really into someone but are trying to play it cool because you don’t want to show all of your cards. In my experience, it never works. In the end you will eventually have that conversation, cracking up about how nervous you both were when you first met. I wrote “No Chill” with my friend Constance and like all of my songs, I produced it myself.…

After finding out he had a two year old daughter he never knew about, Dylan began releasing a string of gut wrenching songs documenting his journey, beginning with leaving Los Angeles to become an insta-dad in New York overnight. Currently living with his daughter back in upstate New York, Dylan has continued to successfully write and produce for multiple artists on both coasts by utilizing video chat and taking occasional month long trips to LA to write.

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