Spend time in the Digital World with Drum and Bass sensation Break


Spend time in the Digital World with Drum and Bass sensation Break

WITH over 20 years of experience in the scene, Break has become one of the most prolific producers in the Drum and Bass world and continued his success earning him Beatport’s top selling DnB artist title two years running for 2022 and 2021.

Break has just released his 5th solo album, Digital World, on his own label Esteemed Recordings. Paying homage to his roots in this new project, Digital World’s title was influenced by a lyric “got soul in a digital world” from DeRobert’s track that he also sampled, relating to this sentiment and the ethos behind the whole album summary.


Break took some time out from his residence at London’s XOYO club to put together a playlist of his current favorites to mark the release of Digital World. Listen and read what he had to say about the music below.


One of the biggest tunes I’ve played in the last two years. Calyx returns to his solo releases with a bang. This one destroyed many clubs!

Level 2 – Bite the leg

I love Level 2’s production, it sounds really smooth and classic but with a modern twist. This tune is a great DJ tool, but also a great standalone track in its own right.

The Sauce – BST Vibes

I play a lot of tracks by The Sauce, but this has been one of my favorites for a while. It flies the flag for classic Bristol style and sounds so clean and weighty on a sound system.

Watch The Ride – Time’s UpAnother classic Bristol scent on this one. A great tune to play as a DJ, but as a listener the slightly unexpected old-school breakdown midway through is a delightful surprise.

From his latest online Dubpack, DLR’s renowned production skills shine on this one. The catchy Hip-Hop vocal sample makes this one stand out. The drums and bass are also funky and tough.


break feat. MC Fats – Natural Way

A big tune in 2022 and first single from my ‘Digital World’ album, MC Fats proved once again why he set the benchmark for DnB singers. His unique style, lyrics and tone made this track an instant classic. It was such an honor to work with him. RIP Mr. Fats.

Noisia – Diplodocus (Skepitcal Remix)

One of Noisia’s standout tunes from the era, deftly reworked by don producer Skeptical. His minimal and funky reworking of this track shows why he is a first choice for this kind of remix.

Breekasie – Untitled Dubplate

No one drops this level of authentic Junglist pressure like Breakage. The first track from his Breakage At The Control’s Vol2 ticks all the boxes for me. Sick reggae vocals, flawless drum and bass production with skillful dub FX work.

DSP – Trunk Full Of JungleIt takes guts these days to release a tune with such minimal production and big sub bass in a climate where most music is really in your face, bright and loud. DSP came up with real drum and bass on this release, and I wish there were more tracks like this.


T> I feat. Madrush MC – Sketchy

T>I’ve been killing it with his output recently and this track is one of my recent favorites. It has a cloudy and moody atmosphere that is perfectly complemented by Madrush’s voice and delivery. A wicked modern jungle style on this one.

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Spend time in the Digital World with Drum and Bass sensation Break

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