Matty Marz takes us on a seductive ride with “EPILL”


As a singer, songwriter, and producer, pop-electronica artist Matty Marz is unstoppable. With so many skills at her disposal, she is able to carve out a space in the genre all on her own, making her a part of the generation of young trans women who are completely killing it in the pop music realm. Tracks like “Watcha Looking At” and “Pretty” have resonated with fans all over, their straightforward lyrics and genre-blending sonics doing well to impress. This year, Matty plans on releasing her debut album, m.w.u, which will take her artistry to the next level. We get an idea of what to expect with her club-ready new single, “EPILL.”

Meant to be enjoyed on a night out, “EPILL” pulls you in with a growing electronic energy and seductive lyrics reminiscent of late 90s electronic music and early 2000s pop music. There is much at play throughout the track, echoing the ups and downs of a good or bad trip. We get enticing rhythms, beats that kick in and fall out, synthy melodies, and lyrics like, “I fall into the spaces with you” and “I only like music if it’s loud,” that wrap everything up in one hypnotic, indulgent, and irresistible bow. You can check it out below.

About “EPILL,” Matty shares,

“‘EPILL’ was a song I always wanted to make but didn’t know how to articulate until its conception. It’s a dark and seductive mid-ecstasy hit electronic record that explores the highs and lows of a trip.”

You can listen to “EPILL” on platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, and SoundCloud.

Check out our latest interview with Matty here.

Keep up with Matty Marz: Instagram // X // Facebook // TikTok // YouTube // Website


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