BRØKEN – CONSPIRACY VOL. 1

A couple of years ago now, two music producing/DJ friends who just happened to be huge bass heads, kept discovering more and more music as they worked on more and more events and solo projects. They both felt that the music they kept finding by up and coming and the odd established artist, wasn’t getting the airtime it deserved and needed a platform for it to shine. The two producers in question are none other than, Zander and Left/Right and their label, BRØKEN.

Over the last 2 or so years the imprint has grown in stature at a rapid pace and has become one of the one-stop shops you must visit for forward thinking UK Bass, Garage, Bass House and Jungle. The amount of music to have been released so far is as eye catching as it is ear pleasing, with free tracks by the bucket load and several artist EP’s to boot from artists such as Inkline, Echo Knight, Barely Royal, Rico Tubbs and Evil Nine, to name just a few. Here and now though, we bring you the culmination of all of the duo’s hard work with their debut album ‘Conspiracy Vol. 1’.

This 10 track compilation from BRØKEN does exactly what a debut album should from a label, and that is to demonstrate precisely what is all about through the power of music via the highly skilled producers chosen to feature on it which include Figures Of Eighty, Khesis, SaidWho, Womba, Morelia, The Corporation & Nik P, Daze Prism, Tyler Clacey, Celladore and So Schway.

This band of bass warriors only know how to dish out quality music and when it is of such high quality like it is here, you’ll know you’ve just gotta have it! Dark, deep and dynamic bass powering mind opening and mind blowing soundscapes with a heart-racing intensity is what you get on this hugely impressive album and we know that by the time to get to the end, you’ll be hitting the repeat button to be blown away by all the music time and again. The future is bright, the future is BRØKEN!

 

Buy ‘Conspiracy Vol. 1’ here.

 

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