“Dance on Me” is a slick one. It opens with Guthro’s crystalline croon before an electro-tinged, dancehall-inspired beat kicks in and preps the track for the club floor. – Exclaim!

Since releasing his award winning debut, singer-songwriter Dylan Guthro has been busy creating music in a variety of ways. Between going to Nashville to work alongside Grammy winner Gordie Sampson in his studio and getting deeper into music production, to collaborating with artists, writers, and producers from the Pop, RnB, EDM and Hip-hop worlds, Dylan is constantly expanding his musical palette.

In 2015, Dylan formed the pop trio Port Cities with friends and collaborators Breagh MacKinnon and Carleton Stone. Port Cities released their multi-award winning debut in 2017 and have since amassed over 6M streams and have played over 350 shows in 12 countries.

Dylan is constantly creating music – whether it be with his bandmates, on his own while experimenting as producer, writer, and singer, or co-writing for other acts across a spectrum of musical styles.

This song has so much soul to it, and Dylan has the voice of an angel . . . Dylan has such a diversity to his sound and influence that you can’t really classify the guy under any one subgenre. –

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Dylan Guthro swoops out of the great north of Nova Scotia to thaw our hearts with his creamy cooing and vivacious electro R&B pop on Dance On Me. This pulsating mass of crisp beats leaves me ready for a night of live music ahead. The dance floor beckons and wandering eyes will rove the room, searching for a sexy partner in crime. I Heart Moosiq

Dylan’s latest release, “Dance On Me” is hard to categorize into one genre. The multi-faceted talented artist kept on impressing us all throughout the progression of the song itself. IX Daily

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