Breakbot Breaks Down Discotastic EP 'Another You': Exclusive

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Calling all grown and horny folks to the dance flooring. French disco-lectro kingpin Breakbot is again with one other sensual soundtrack to your subsequent traditional night time. Another You options three new jams and a remix from fellow Frenchman Yuksek. It's been the Ed Banger Records common's focus since 2018 started, and now, it's out in all its groovy glory to your hips to get pleasure from.

Breakbot's Thibaut Berland loves a superb collaboration, and Another You is filled with them. Ruckazoid is again, whom followers might recall from "Fantasy," and so is Irfane, the golden voice from "Baby I'm Yours" and practically half the tracks on 2016's LP Still Water. We're notably keen on the ultimate observe, "Don't Stop the Dance," that includes Berland's proficient girlfriend. We additionally occur to know Berland is engaged on a particular remix model of that last tune, his first time remixing his personal music, to be launched quickly sufficient as a particular bonus. 

As it stands, the four-track Another You is scrumptious at each flip. We caught up with Berland to get the backstory on every tasty tune. Watch the breakdown.

"Another You" Feat. Ruckazoid
It was fairly a very long time since I did a collaboration with Ruckazoid, who's truly additionally a producer. He produces hip-hop beats and is an excellent DJ. We made three tracks from my first album (2012's By Your Side); "Fantasy," "You Should Know, and "Why?" I didn't do something since then, and I simply felt like doing one other observe with him, as a result of I actually get pleasure from listening to his voice ... I often begin with the instrumental. (For the video), I had this concept for this character that was a mixture of him and me. That was the "Breakazoid" character created for the video, which I'm fairly pleased about, by the way in which. It's solely my second video, and I used to be fairly pleased with this venture. I believe we're going to do some extra stuff collectively. I like his voice.

"Devotion" Feat. Irfane
I believe it began with my pal's vocals. He was doing this type of harmonized refrain that was the fundamentals of the observe. I actually preferred it, as a result of it jogged my memory of some form of Crosby, Stills & Nash vocal harmonies. I began to construct one thing round that, and I assumed it might be enjoyable to combine that harmonized vocal with some form of disco beat. I wished to create one thing that ... stick in your head. I had some hassle mixing the observe so on the time. I referred to as Yuksek to provide me a hand on the observe, and I despatched him the stems of the observe. He made the combo, and he additionally made one other model that was the remix. So, he principally combined the observe and remixed the observe.

"Don't Stop The Dance" Feat. Delafleur
I used to be taking part in with some new strings plug-ins that I had, and it was the primary factor at first. If you take heed to my tracks, you already know I like the bassline. It's like a mixture of some stuff I play with plug-ins and likewise mini-samples from tracks. I like to create the basslines, and I had fairly enjoyable on this one. I referred to as my girlfriend to sing, as a result of she likes to sing, and she or he's actually a proficient singer. She already sung on “Mystery” that was launched final yr on the Ed Banger compilation Ed Rec 100. This one is, I don't know, I believe it's fairly enjoyable to play on the finish of a set, perhaps on the seashore. I believe it's nice enjoyable to play. The remix is much more enjoyable to play, ha. There's a special intro and outro. Everything is kind of completely different, truly, however I believe you'll prefer it. I additionally thought there was two variations of Devotion, so it's good to have this concept of two variations, and to be trustworthy, its fairly enjoyable to work with my girlfriend's vocals.

Breakbot will have a good time the discharge of Another You with a fast DJ tour across the United States, hitting markets like New York City, Miami, Los Angeles and San Francisco in October. The four-track EP is out on Ed Banger Records. Check it out in full beneath.