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Syence Releases Their New Single ‘Lose My Mind’

The EDM duo Syence started in a science class in college where Zach Montoya and Brayden James met.
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As of June 21st, EDM duo Syence released their new single, “Lose My Mind.” Collaborating with DJ producer Dea Magna, this track features a catchy beat and lyrics that could easily put listeners in a trance. It makes them head straight for the dance floor to catch a moment of happiness. With the potential to make the summer’s top song charts, this song seems to have it all. So far, it’s attracting listeners everywhere with more than 85,000 streams on Spotify and other streaming platforms alike. 

The duo Syence started in a science class in college where Zach Montoya and Brayden James met. Sharing a love for live music and producing, they quickly formed Syence. As they started with experimental music, they soon started bending the genre of electronic music. Creating their own unique sound, their music consisted of high groves with a melodic tempo. They are very much inspired by artists like Odesza, Refus De Sol, Fred Again.. and Lane 8. The duo has so far reached Spotify’s global viral charts and editorial playlist, including New Music Friday. They have also continued to grow their fan base, surpassing 75 million streams on any music platform. They have released music with labels such as Armada Music, Insomniac Records, Spinnin’ Records and Never Worry Records. 

The duo has also performed on some of the biggest stages and shows in EDM music. Those include Countdown, Beyond Wonderland, Lost Lands and Hijinx. They went on their first tour back in 2022 with headlining artists such as Two Friends, Alan Walker and KSHMR. Fast forward to 2023, when they introduce their “Syence Lab” series on Insomniac Radio, a show that has continued to grow since its start. 

Given the duo has big plans for the future, they will continue to mix music and break barriers. Hopefully, they’ll be making a name for themselves in the world of EDM music.

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