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Shygirl Parties Hard on “Club Shy” EP

The sizzling EP features collaborations with Empress Of, Cosha, Lolo Zouaï, SG Lewis and more.

On Feb. 9, electronic mastermind Shygirl turns up the heat on her new EP, Club Shy. The EP is a redefining moment within the trance and house genres. The Because Music project will get a pink vinyl release on March 29. Last month, she released “Tell Me,” a collaboration with Boys Noize, which teased Shygirl’s club-ready aesthetic. Initially covered in an earlier story, writer Matthew Varga described the single as “four-on-the-floor house DNA,” something that lights up Club Shy.

Where music’s hot trend features modern implementations of electronic dance classics on new tracks like Kim Petras’ “Alone” and Charli XCX’s “Beg For You,” Shygirl successfully creates a solid framework fit for a strobe-lit dance floor, no blueprint needed. The new EP features Empress Of, Cosha and Lolo Zouaï, with production contributions from Kingdom, SG Lewis, Karma Kid and Sega Bodega.

Sure, a 15-minute runtime for six tracks feels underwhelming, but the repeatability of Club Shy is hours long. Part of the magic lies in the Club Shy’s sexually-charged synths. They especially rip into “mr useless” with SG Lewis, “mute” with Lolo Zouaï and “thicc” with Cosha like pre-made remix masterpieces.

The South Londoner has two upcoming performances. One is in Potragul’s Parque Eduardo VII on March 22, the other at London’s Field Day 2024 on August 24. Check out more upcoming concert and ticket information here.

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