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Cork’s Boku channels the vibes of Fred Again.. & Bicep on ‘One Touch’

Cork’s Boku channels the vibes of Fred Again.. & Bicep on ‘One Touch’


Cork producer Ian Ring is back with a new song from his solo Boku project, which last released the 2022 EP – Sleep, 2021’s Fortune EP and previously featured tracks ‘Game’, along with a production credit with MuRli, Gemma Dunleavy on ‘Odyssey’.

The former Young Wonder producer returns to the dancefloor with the shimmering electronics meets reggae vocals of ‘One Touch’, a Bicep and Fred Again..-influenced track.

Ring recently signed publishing deal with Minds On Fire, ahead of this track’s release tomorrow.

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About Boku 

Boku, also known as Ian Ring, is a burgeoning Irish musician who has been actively releasing his own unique take on electronic dance music. With a career that began as part of the electro-pop duo Young Wonder, consisting of Ring and fellow Cork native Rachel Koeman, Boku has evolved into a solo artist making waves in the music industry. His recent work has seen him working for artists such as Denise Chaila, LF System, and Talos, showcasing his versatile production skills and collaborative spirit. Over time, Ian has garnered the attention of renowned entities in the industry, with support from labels including Sony, Ultra Records, Universal Music Group, and Warner Music and Choice Prize nominations. His unique sound and artistic vision have caught the ear of BBC Radio 1, further solidifying his status as an emerging talent in the electronic music scene.

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In addition, Boku recently signed with Minds on Fire, a prominent music publisher known for its dedication to nurturing talent. This partnership further underscores Boku’s growing prominence as an artist to watch. Boku recently scored an Adidas All Blacks advertisement, further exemplifying his growing prominence as a sought-after artist.

With his distinct creative vision and innovative sound, Boku continues to captivate audiences and push boundaries in the world of electronic dance music.

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