Myles MacInnes (born 10 May 1978, Broadford, Isle of Skye, Scotland), better known by the stage name Mylo, is a Scottish electronic musician and record producer.
“Doctor Pressure” is a mash-up between the songs “Drop the Pressure” from Mylo and Miami Sound Machine‘s “Dr. Beat”. Originally created in October 2004 by mashup duo Phil n’ Dog. The song was released as a single and peaked at #3 at UK singles Chart, #5 at the Irish Singles chart and #12 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart. It was also a #1 Dance Hit in the UK and over all Europe. The Feeling covered this song on 3 March 2006, for BBC Radio 1‘s Live Lounge.
MacInnes went to the top private school, George Watson’s College, in Morningside, Edinburgh. He attended the University of Edinburgh before graduating in philosophy, psychology and physiology from Brasenose College, Oxford, where he achieved a first class degree. He subsequently gave up studying for a philosophy Ph.D at UCLA to return home and produce music. Mylo released his debut album, Destroy Rock & Roll in 2004, on the Breastfed Recordings label, which he co-owns. Mylo produced the album on a computer in his own bedroom.
Mylo’s success has been a catalyst for a burgeoning dance music scene in the Isle of Skye. He headlined the Isle of Wedge Festival in 2010, held in Broadford. Acts such as Niall Munro and Niteworks cite him as an influence. His brother Hector is songwriter and guitarist for the band Injuns.