Breach is an artist who has maintaHot on the heels of AUS' recent releases from Breach, Huxley and Bwana they ready their next offering from Irish duo and long term label affiliates Bicep. Aptly timed for the festival months, their 'Just' EP follows up a series of self-released titles which include collaborations with Ebony and Midland and is an impassioned bundle of broken beats, shimmering synth lines and rapturous piano chords. The title track kicks things off and suffuses a broken kick and snare combo with a poignant sequence and heart-rending synth strings. A vocal refrain drops in and out throughout a lucent breakdown before () lays a soft, filtered croon over a swelling piano motif. Tension is astutely balanced, never quite boiling over and keeping the listener pinned before () drives a tough, gravelly kick under gentle flecks of acid and rich sweeping pads.ined an enviable position successfully straddling the gulf between commercial music the underground. Keeping his feet planted firmly on both sides his multi-faceted catalogue has touched Ramp/PTN, Pets Recordings and Dirtybird as well his own label Naked Naked through which he has pushed music from the likes of Midland, Dusky, Dark Sky and Lorca. Now, in the follow up to his latest EP alongside Cinnaman, Breach returns to AUS music who follow up releases from Bwana, Tom Demac and Youandewan and continue to persist with unparalleled consistency.
Breach's 'Dim Sum' EP is a moody collection that reasserts his status as a producer who's just as capable of working with a stripped framework and smokey textures as he is with catchy melodies and vocal hooks. The title track kicks things off with a gravelly percussive loop that circles ahead of a passage of jarring synth stabs. The tenor dips again before dramatic acoustics build toward a wall of thick interweaving melodies. 'Anna Love' then lays a glassy sheet over tough, concrete percussion before Breach teases the filters on a bold and husky synth tone. 'Pur