Myles Sach-Haber, Two Can

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Myles Sach-Two Can
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Born (1995-09-04) September 4, 1995 (age 26)
Melbourne, Australia
NationalityAustralian
Other namesTwo Can
CitizenshipAustralia
Occupation
Websitetwocanmusic.com.au

Myles Sach-Haber (born September 4, 1995), popularly known as Two Can, is an Australian entrepreneur, music producer, and influencer. Two Can is regarded as a pioneer of the Electronic Music scene, but has more recently been infusing his past inspirations from indie pop and rock.[1] He has gained recognition for his unique Australian summer sounds, garnering over 60 million streams on various music streaming platforms.[2][3]

Two Can gained mainstream media attention with the release of his SoundCloud singles - ‘Fire’ and ‘Your Girl’[4] and booking a tour with William Morris Endeavor. He has been formerly associated with multiple prolific music labels like Warner Music Australia, The Agency Group, Audiopaxx, Revered Management, and others. Two Can is currently signed with Believe International, one of the world’s leading digital music labels.[5]

In due course of his career, Two Can has collaborated with several budding and leading music artists such as Brandyn Burnette, Erin Marshall,[6][7] Father Dude, Jonas Blue, Josh Hardy, and others. He has even toured with Dua Lipa, Bebe Rexha and performed at several Australian Festivals like Your Paradise and Groovin’ The Moo. Two Can also has official remixes with Major Lazer, Galantis, David Guetta, SIA, Rudimental, Peking Duk, and CAZZETTE. Some of the popular releases by Two Can include Outta Here,[8][9] Rollin’, Fallin’ Apart, U Got That, and Found Your Love.

Early life and education

Two Can has been passionate about music since he was in primary school and was highly influenced by blues and rock guitarists such as Eric Clapton and BB King and bands like The White Stripes, RHCP, and The Police.

After completing his high school education, Two Can did an online course in Business Administration from UC Berley and then went to Los Angeles to undertake the Music Production course at Icon Collective in Burbank.[10] During this time he also enrolled in a writing camp at Capitol Records sponsored by Steereo Radio and run by multi-Grammy winner - Robert Cutarella.

Career

(2014-2016, Beginning of Two Can)

Two Can started his career in 2014 when he started this (Two Can) joint project with his brother Oscar. During this year, Two Can began traveling through Europe, which is when he and his brother began working on EDM sounds together, following their mutual passion for the genre. Soon they began releasing their remixes on Soundcloud, the first one being Flume's 'Sleepless' and playing at various nightclubs in Berlin, Paris, and London.

In no time, Two Can’s music began gaining the attention of industry professionals including The Agency Group (now United Talent Agency).[11] Their next releases were originals; 'Shotgun' that received mainstream popularity with a shoutout from Perles De Musique, a YouTube channel. The next release by Duo was 'Fire' that also garnered the attention of several YouTube channels including the massive MrSuicideSheep. 'Fire' had its stage debut by Yahtzee of Carmada fame at Sydney's Listen Out Festival in early 2014. Having acquired such popularity within a year, Two Can released multiple singles and remixes such as 'Your Girl', 'Long Way to Go',[12][13] 'The Life' - Viceroy (remix),[14] and 'Eclipse' to name a few.

By the end of 2014, Two Can bagged a gig at EMC Play, the Electronic Music Conference in Sydney along with Carmada, Just a Gent, LDRU, and other prolific artists. They even secured a spot at the Your Paradise Festival in Fiji with Alison Wonderland, and LDRU.[15]

Soon Two Can signed with their first music label - Audiopaxx and released several originals and official remix releases with them including; 'Dreamers' (remix) for Hopium[16][17][18] which became #1 on the HypeM charts. Then the duo signed with William Morris Endeavor Agency through which they did gigs nationally at various renowned clubs such as Anyway Night Club, Groovin The Moo, Trinity College Ball, The Corner Hotel, MrWolfClub in Canberra and Flyrite in Perth, and Star Bar.

Two Can then released another original song in collaboration with Erin Marshall - ‘Pressing On'[19] followed by two of their most listened to songs 'Double Edge’[20][21] and ‘Father Dude'[22] that received wide acclaim in the EDM media.[23] Some other releases by the duo include Carmada - Realise,[24] Oliver Nelson - 'Found Your Love - Ft Heir.’[25][26]

After that Two Can signed with Revered Management, a subsidiary of Vicious Recordings that released Two Can's EP 'Continuance', and 'Outa Here' with Josh Hardy which was also reposted by the Chainsmokers on their Soundcloud feed. That same year Two Can was signed by Warner Music Australia and produced the 'Got Habits'[27][28][29][30] another one of their most listened to songs followed by an official remix for David Guetta and Sia of 'Flames’ and a remix for Benson's 'Step to Me'[31] which peaked at #2 on Australia's ARIA charts in 2016.[32]

Having risen to great heights at such a young age, Two Can landed a supporting tour with Dua Lips. Another one of their remix 'Holding On To You' Ft. Savoi[33][34][35] peaked at #28 on Australian Viral Spotify Charts. Soon they started a national tour with support from Bebe Rexha followed by gigs in Brisbane and Perth and Melbourne at the St Kilda Festival.[36]

(2017- Present)

It was in 2017 that the Two Can duo disbanded but Two Can decided to keep the brand going as a sole producer. For a year he took a break from music and concentrated on completing his college education. In 2018 Two Can restarted his musical journey with the release of an official remix of Honors, 'Automatic.’[37]

In 2019, Two Can released 'Gonna Be'[38][39] with Martyn Ell and a remix package from Sippy, Oddjoy, and Abstrakt. A year later, during the worldwide pandemic, Two Can released a remix of Halogen's 'U Got That'[40] and signed with Believe Digital for the Two Can back catalog and a release program. Two Can has also won a deal with PeppermintBlue Publishing, a division of Universal Music Australia.[41]

The recent Two Can original releases include a collaboration with Moss Kena for Rollin'[42] with Reo Cragun, 'Your Only Option' with Brandyn Burnette,[43] 'Your Love',[44] 'Under My Skin', and Falling Apart.

Apart from his career in the music industry, Two Can has also launched successful campaigns for Levis, Chemist Warehouse, and Moana Swimwear.

Discography

S.No. Title Year Type
1 Continuance 2016 EP (3 songs)
2 Outta Here 2017 Single
3 Got Habits 2018 Single
4 Under My Skin 2020 Radio Edit
5 Your Love 2020 Single
6 Your Only Option 2021 Single
7 Rollin’ 2021 Single
8 Fallin’ Apart 2021 Single
Remixes
9 Holding On To You (Remixes) 2016 EP (4 Songs)
10 Outta Here (Remixes) 2017 EP (2 Songs)
11 Got Habits (Leon Lour Remix) 2018 Single
12 Got Habits (Zac Samual Remix) 2018 Single
13 Got Habits (Mos Remix) 2018 Single
14 Automatic (Two Can Remix) 2019 Single
15 Gonna Be Remixes (Pt.2) 2020 EP (4 Songs)
16 U Got That (Two Can Remix) 2020 Single
17 Under My Skin (Remixes) 2021 EP (4 Songs)
18 Your Love (BIJOU Remix) 2021 Single

In the media

        

References

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  31. "Two Can take on Benson's 'Step To Me'". Purple Sneakers. 13 September 2016. Retrieved 6 October 2021.
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  38. "Sippy Releases Smooth and Wobbly Remix of Two Can - 'Gonna Be' » Electric Hawk". Electric Hawk. 2 February 2020. Retrieved 6 October 2021.
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  43. "Two Can And Brandyn Burnette: Your Only Option". The Fox Magazine. 26 April 2021. Retrieved 6 October 2021.
  44. "Hear Two Can's groovy new single 'Your Love,' featuring Moss Kena". Dancing Astronaut. 26 October 2020. Retrieved 6 October 2021.

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