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Jay DanielBroken Knowz

Label:Technicolour – TCLRCD018
Format:
CD, Album
Country:UK & Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Deep House, Breaks, Techno

Tracklist

1Last Of The Dogons2:38
2Paradise Valley4:42
3Niiko3:03
41001 Nights6:13
5Squeaky Maya6:01
6$hake It Down5:49
7Knowledge Of Selfie8:26
8Boolin1:26
9Yemaya6:46
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  • Barcode (Scanned): 5054429006131
  • Matrix / Runout: CA TCLRCD018P @
  • Matrix / Runout (Outer Rim): IFPI L039 09/20/16 03:49:32 PM
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L039
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1258
  • Label Code: LC-34610
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (4)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Broken Knowz (2×LP, Album)TechnicolourTCLR018UK & Europe2016
New Submission
Broken Knowz (CD, Promo)TechnicolourTCLRCD018PUK & Europe2016
New Submission
Broken Knowz (CD, Album)Beat RecordsBRTCLR18Japan2016
New Submission
Broken Knowz (CD, Album, CDr, Promo, All Media, Limited Edition)Beat Records, Disk UnionBRTCLR18, noneJapan2016

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Edited 3 years ago
Also album that gets deeper and more meaningful with each new listen! Music that will keep you coming back to it again and again with its blunt bare to the bones approach to its House-Techno that also has a kind of ld-skool 90's feel to its sound that's more rooted in older technology - and better for it!

Spiky downtempo breaks, catchy simply techno 4/4 kickdrums, low-key bass rhythms - and then further injected with sweeps of esque deep-house and plucky old school patterns of Detroit(ish) techno deliver a cool live bedroom/garage minimal equipment studio feel to the music that's composed with equal measures of tension & depth. Tracks are minimal and simple, but not & never simplistic, just formulated in a way that keeps you hooked without overdosing on unnecessary build-ups, or trying to do too many different things and styles to please a wider audience! The feeling and mood of the album genuinely feels like an expression through the artist's soul expressed with a raw, but also with a warm human touch, that can be felt in the music throughout each track, bringing a more personal touch that sinks in more and more while adding a sense of artist feelings and honesty in the music, esp with each new play.

A album that can certainly sits shoulder to shoulder and can remind you of music//albums by likes of Theo Parrish, Nu Era, Fred P, Omar S, Urban Tribe(debut), The Other People Place, Andrés, and Steven Julien (also worth checking!). 5/5