Cambridge’s summer sound

After stints in local bands including Mr McMurphy (Waikato winner of Lowdown Best Song at Smokefreerockquest), Dylan Clark has gone solo.

Cambridge musician Dylan Clark is hoping that his music is going to feature on summer soundtracks around town, and he’s already off to a good start.

Dylan, 18, performing under the name Dyl, has attracted a loyal following on music streaming platform Spotify, and his music is also available on other digital platforms such as iTunes and Google Play, so fans can get their fix of the laid-back summer sound with a quintessential Kiwi feel.

Finishing school any minute now, Dylan is off to Wellington next year to study the music industry through Massey University.  He is interested in learning how to put himself out there as an artist, and hopes that the 3-year Bachelor of Commercial Music will help him take his music to the masses.

Dylan gets paid 0.7c every time someone listens to one of his songs on Spotify and while he won’t be able to live the Rockstar lifestyle on that anytime soon, it is still a great way to get his music heard around the world, he said.

Caption: After stints in local bands including Mr McMurphy (Waikato winner of Lowdown Best Song at this year’s Smokefreerockquest), Dylan Clark has gone solo.

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