Published on September 18th, 2015 | by Sid Wesley
Toronto Is Broken – New Video, Podcast, Remixed EP & Top 5 Tracks Out Of D n B
We’ve got one hell of a post for you here that’s literally bulging at the seams with what is some of the hottest Drum and Bass music around right now! Toronto Is Broken, is currently flying high in the scene, fresh off the back of the success of his debut album ‘ Section Nine ‘, which has propelled him into the minds of many, many Drum n Bass fans around the world. His final release off the album ‘ Field Of Poppies feat Nuala ‘, which features on ‘ 15 Years of Technique – Summer Selection ‘ is out now on, Sub Slayers and also comes with the first ever video created for one of his tracks. Have a look and listen…
Toronto Is Broken has also dropped in a mix for Technique Recordings latest podcast series. If you’re new to this dudes work then this will be a very lively introduction indeed. Imagine stuffing your mouth full of popping candy, your taste buds will react in exactly the same way your body does once you hit the play button! It’s a full on attack of the senses so hold on tight!
If you thought that was it for the D n B action, oh no! Check out these three mixes brought to us by, Sub Slayers, of Toronto Is Broken’s new track ‘ Field Of Poppies ‘ by Furney, SKMA and Toronto is Broken himself with another retake on his own track. A hefty amount of fierceness is built into all these remixes so if you’re looking ramp up the intensity of your set or a party any one of these will do the trick just nicely!
Lastly for something a little different, a top five tracks Toronto Is Broken digs outside the world of Drum n Bass.
Serial Killaz – Dutty Sound : No matter what time of year you listen to this, it will make you feel like it’s carnival season all over again.
Joe Hertz – At Your Touch : I’m a sucker for catchy melodic vocals, filled to the brim with great melodies too.
Rustie – Surph feat. Nightwave : Big chords and bouncy flow, reminds me of playing a super happy video game.
Chvrches – We Sink : Stellar electro pop with a haunting vocal. Really nice bright synth sounds on this one.
Toronto Is Broken – Hear You : One of my older tracks and still a personal favourite of mine that I need to play out more often, with a big female vocal. It even sampled the film “500 Days of Summer” which is pretty fitting.
So there you have it, a musical feast and if you wasn’t a fan of Toronto Is Broken, we’re sure you must be by now!
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