Frenchman Brawther is to release his first studio album, 'Transient States', on April 23. It will arrive on his new label, Negentropy, and spans a plethora of house styles.
If you are not familiar with the artist, Brawther emerged as part of the deep house revival a few years back, but has since proved himself to be a producer with a broad array of influences.
He has put out key cuts on the secretsundaze, Cabinet and My Love Is Underground labels, as well as a compilation of house and garage tracks from Japan, plys a collection of his own previously released singles. On top of this, he works as one half of Dungeon Meat and also runs the Courtesy of Balance label for Chez Damier.
Says the artist of the new record, “the desire to make the album on my own label gave me the time to work towards a body of music where I could experiment with complete and utter freedom. We go through life transitioning from various states to others continually; what happens in the realm of the studio is no different and this album captures a glimpse of last year's effort."
His sound is infused with the warm of the US sound as well as the stylish reductions of European house, and all that and more is showcased on this album, which also includes dub and hip hop.