In this re-certification of 1973 clavinet-rich funk and soul record, Georgia-based producer Daily Bread thunderously rolls through with a barrage of beasty bass design and hip hop grooves. His latest EP Re-Entry fuses a gritty southern blues style with big synth design that visits various frequencies -- introspective soul, turnt trap beats, electro hip hop, dubstep, and more.
"Rockbridge Railroad Station" delivers a proper rinsing of rude bass growls after a friendly invite from the chuggin' bluesy hip hop. That abrasive southern blues sound flourishes in Re-Entry, where Daily Bread drives an impact using intricate sample libraries of rare records, forgotten films and more.
The feeling of coming home after extensive touring serves as the inspiration behind this track. I'm from a place in Georgia near Stone Mountain called Rockbridge, where the Yellow River comes through Southeast Dekalb County. Rockbridge Railroad Station is a fictional symbol of home for me.- Daily Bread
This track sits among six diverse works on this concept EP, which takes us to different heights. Riding with a record label that celebrates vinyl releases, fine album artwork, concept albums and more, Daily Bread, together with Philos Records, brings an immersive display of expression and craftsmanship in Re-Entry.
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