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Broken Note stand at the forefront of well-crafted heavy music: Folding cinematic sound design and towering bass around aggressive beats informed by heavy metal and dark Drum n Bass. Layered distorted leads and filtered reeses are immaculately placed between flurries of staggering rhythms, evoking auditory hallucinations and manifesting a deeply detailed sonic landscape. Their incredibly tight flow carries each weighty piece upon a platter of perfectly syncopated beats through beautifully decaying breakdowns with an underlying sense of dark nostalgia. Seamlessly shifting between tempos, they draw from the bleak sonic aesthetics of the Industrial landscape to deliver astonishing heaviness that’s as razor sharp at clubs and festivals as it is in the vast, dilapidated warehouses of the underground.

Following their debut LP release on Ad Noiseam, Broken Note dispatched their towering sound through notable labels including Boka, Prspct, Ninja Tune, Division Recordings, Par Excellence and Owsla. Collaborations with renowned artists across a wide scope of different genres demonstrate both the versatility and respect for the output from across multiple scenes; including released output from I Am Legion, Amon Tobin, Juno Reactor, Richard Devine, DJ Hidden and Current Value. Broken Note’s original tracks formed a regular and recurring element of Amon Tobin’s renowned ISAM AV tours, with Broken Note also being commissioned to remix ‘GoTo 10’ from the album itself.

The next step in their genre-defining path releases came in the form of Broken Note’s Black Mirror EP. Moving towards faster beats and new structures, this release delivered to followers the essential sound of the project – heavy, dense and cutting-edge. Both intoxicating and powerful, the Black Mirror EP demonstrated beyond a doubt that Broken Note has no equal in the realm of monstrous, sub driven sound innovation. 2015 saw the release of the widely acclaimed ‘Powerplay’ remix of the supergroup ‘I Am Legion’, formed of Noisia and the Foreign Beggars, which became a heavy set-piece across multiple scenes.

The end of 2016 saw their re-emergence to the foreground of hard-hitting experimental, but dancefloor focussed electronic music with the release of Nightcrawler and Rust In Peace, which incorporated the results of new styles and techniques to devastating effect.

2019 will see the release of the long awaited and much anticipated full length follow up to Terminal Static. From what we’ve heard of it already we’re not sure the world is even ready for it. Next level doesn’t even come close.

A one man electronic Kyuss, a sonic sledgehammer and all round enemy of the state

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