One of d&b's most prolific producers to date delivered two of the most anticipated tracks of 2007. Having released music on some of the biggest labels in the scene, Break had well and truly stamped his name on the scene with his trademark production, versatility and delivering consistently good music from all angles.
'Let It Happen' is the big one... With months of constant dub plate action from almost every major player in the scene, features on Friction's highly acclaimed 'Next Level 2' CD album, and Andy C's recent DNBA compilation CD, backed with stacks of radio play on BBC Radio 1, 1xtra & Kiss FM, has ensured that this has reached every possible corner of the globe. With its short & skanking roots intro, break wastes no time in unleashing the huge bouncing bassline, rolling beats and vocal stabs... Simple yet effective elements that combine to cause maximum effect on the dance floor.
The flip side delivers a slice of next level future-funk that only break could conjure. 'Chaos Theory' sees break on an experimental tip, pushing boundaries and productions standards.