Miko – 2 Cups

It might still be March but we’ve already got a summer anthem lined up for you all to enjoy.

‘2 Cups’ is taken from rising Canadian artist Miko’s upcoming sophomore EP, and was created in collaboration with acclaimed producer Derek Hoffman.

Lyrically inspired by a songwriter ‘living the life’ in LA, the song presents listeners with a punchy fusion of gritty indie-rock and pop.

In equal measures, this is a sound that feels intense and raw, but also playful and lively in character.


Miko – All I Have (feat. Kyle Dion)


Two emerging stars have joined forces to create one of the weekend’s biggest anthems.

‘All I Have’ is the collaborative effort between Canadian artist Miko and American singer Kyle Dion, and serves listeners with a bold and energising mix of indie, pop, punk and R&B.

Miko has garnered praise from the likes of Clash Magazine, Fashionably Early, Before The Data and Early Rising, while Dion currently commands more than 700k monthly listeners on Spotify.

Miko | Kyle Dion

Miko – In My Dreams

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Canadian talent Miko returns today with a superb fusion of indie and pop in the form of new single ‘In My Dreams’. The song sees the artist wrestle with the temptation of lust rather than true desire:

“This song’s about internet infatuation. It takes you with me on a date with someone I’ve never met. I wrote this one at the beginning of the pandemic and got to collaborate remotely with producer Julian Cruz and good friend of mine Yuki Dreams Again. It’s the first time I ever heard strings on one of my songs and I’m so happy with the result.”


Miko – Every Night

Written during last year’s lockdown, ‘Every Night’ is the latest release from Canadian artist Miko. With introspective (yet liberating) lyricism, the song reminds us that in the grand scheme of things, we’re just ‘a dot on a page’.


New Music: Miko

An ultra-catchy blend of indie and pop, with a sound that’s almost reminiscent of early No Doubt releases. The talent is Miko, a 21-year old singer-songwriter hailing from Canada.

“I wrote ‘I Wasn’t Made to Fall in Love’ last summer with my homie Mat (Mathieu Sénéchal). It was the first time we ever made music together and we came up with this song. Mat is the master of not overthinking shit and that’s what I like the most about him.”