“Invisible Cinema” masterfully showcases the surging producer’s manufacturing expertise by way of ingenious hip-hop sampling and glitchy electronica.
Day by day Bread has lastly launched his long-awaited album, Invisible Cinema.
Having risen as a grassroots star by opening up for Fairly Lights at Pink Rocks again in 2017, Day by day Bread is now surging to the forefront of the digital music panorama. Out now by way of Philos Data, Invisible Cinema, his eighth full-length studio album, is a 13-track assortment that masterfully showcases his tried-and-true manufacturing skillset.
Centered across the two recurring themes of “cinema” and the “moon,” the album is a surprising illustration of the Atlanta-based producer’s distinctive visible aesthetic and narrative. His penchant for experimentation is heard all through as he toasts up a sonic palette of funk, electro-soul and classic trip-hop, producing soulful melodies, gritty hip-hop sampling and glitchy bass.
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Invisible Cinema illustrates a vivid image of Day by day Bread’s signature model. After kicking the album off with its old-school hip-hop opener, “Blindfold Your self” (with Late Evening Radio) kicks issues off, he spans the lunar phases of the moon by way of warping bass within the standout “Again To The Moon.” One other spotlight comes towards the tip, with the cathartic, funky grooves and fluttering arpeggios of “Look Up At The Stars.”
Day by day Bread will now head out on his first headlining tour subsequent week to deliver his Invisible Cinema stay expertise to followers. Tapping Greg “Lazershark” Ellis for the tour’s lighting design, the producer will seem on dozens of levels by way of Could, concluding with a celebratory present at Austin’s The Concourse Undertaking with labelmates Late Evening Radio, Michal Menert and Artifakts, amongst others.
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