February 18


Ship Wrek and MKLA ‘Show Me A Sign’ – LISTEN

By RawKeith

February 18, 2022

MKLA, Ship Wrek

Los Angeles-based producer duo Ship Wrek – hailed as “one of the fastest-rising acts in electronic music” by EDM.com – and internationally renowned Canadian artist MKLA team up on the infectious new single “Show Me A Sign,” which they wrote together. MKLA’s beguiling vocals cut to the core of a relationship at the crossroads while Ship Wrek’s production percolates with a driving, relentless beat and an intriguing dark edge.

“Working with MKLA has been one of our favorite collaborations. She came to our studio a few months ago and we instantly knew we would create something amazing together. We wrote the song in a couple hours and it's now become one of our favorite records,” says Ship Wrek. “‘Show Me A Sign’ showcases a deep/vibey side to our style that we haven't shown too much in our music. We've been testing the song out at our shows over the past couple of months and the crowd reaction has been awesome.”


"Ship Wrek has such great energy in the studio, and on stage,” MKLA adds. “They set this vibe in the studio that just clicked for all of us. We instantly became fast friends. I'm really excited for everyone to hear what we've created together.”


MKLA’s team-up with Ship Wrek is the latest in a series of impressive collaborations from the Toronto-based artist, which includes songs with Vintage Culture and Adam K (“Save Me,” “Deep Inside of Me”), Zeds Dead (“Alive”) and Alok and KSHMR (“Let Me Go”). Check out her top tracks HERE


Currently on the road with Two Friends, Ship Wrek played out “Show Me A Sign” for the very first time during a recent three-night stand at Terminal 5 in New York City. The duo will also perform at Lake Havasu Spring Break, Beyond Wonderland Southern California, the Hangout, Bonnaroo and Sunset music festivals and Tiësto The Trip 2022 in Cancun. See below for itinerary or visit https://www.shipwrekmusic.com/.


“Show Me A Sign” follows Ship Wrek’s late 2021 single, “Stimulate,” which has amassed over 600,000 combined global streams. Run The Trap observed, “made during quarantine but 100% made for the dance floor… [‘Stimulate’] is as fresh as it comes – echoing vocals, a prominent percussion line, and a crazy funky beat; it’s what Ship Wrek is all about.” Hailing Ship Wrek as “pure gems,” The Nocturnal Times said, “The track possesses a tech house bassline that drives the drop, while layered perfectly with a vocal that will elevate the soul.” 


Ship Wrek kicked off 2022 by dropping a new remix each day over the course of five days. Their remixes of tracks by Yaeji, Cardi B, Tame Impala, Chris Lorenzo and Justin Bieber are collected on Volume 2 of their edit pack, which is available for streaming HERE. DJs can get a free download of the full pack HERE.

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