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SYMM - 16 B - Break & DLR - New Design

Symmetry-Recordings on February 26, 2014 17:56

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    Break presents Symmetry Sessions vol 1 ; a collection of high quality tracks from some of the top names in the scene.

    One of only three people to ever remix a Break track ; the reigns have been effortlessly taken by Calibre for a relick of "They're Wrong". Being the man he is Calibre has blessed Symmetry with two versions of the remix so watch out for the alternate mix in the bonus tracks. Teaming up with DLR one of the scene's hottest technical producers, the mighty "New Design" was born at the end of last year, smashing clubs all over the festive season, a great follow on for fans of their last co-lab "Murmur".

    Featuring NC17 & KC 's guaranteed club hurter "SlimeVille" - and a brand new Break track "Wondering Why" this is an essential E.P. to get into your bag for the start of the year. The dub style "Dem Babylon" rounds off the record with a different down tempo flavour from Break showing his dubwise musical skills.

    The A and AA are arriving as a 12" single, with the rest of the Digital E.P. available free to vinyl customers via a drop card download.

    Strong support from Bailey, Calyx and Teebee, Friction, Spectrasoul, Bryan G, and many more.


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