Category: Alternative

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  1. Zulkizragore
    Lingering on the remnants of summer, Breakbot teamed up with frequent collaborator Irfane for a embellished sensation of feel-good electronic fantasy; a sound we have come to naturally associate with the French artist. Alongside the single, he announced his new album, Still Waters, which will act as the follow-up to 's By Your Side/5(31).
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  2. Magis
    Still Waters is the sophomore album by French DJ and producer Breakbot. Released three and a half years after his debut, By Your Side, Still Waters takes direct inspiration from artists such as.
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  3. Kizshura
    Sticking with just a few vocalists sets Breakbot and Still Waters apart from the tradition of dance music producers who work with a wide cast of singers, and this streamlined approach trickles down to the rest of the album.8/
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  4. Braramar
    Listen to your favorite songs from Still Waters by Breakbot Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
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  5. Tojalmaran
    Breakbot ne déçoit pas avec ce deuxième album, aussi bon - sinon meilleur - que le premier. La version vinyle est imprimée dans un ordre différent des autres versions, avec les plus longues intros en début de disque, ce qui est fort plaisant. Vinyle livré avec une version CD de l'album/5(31).
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  6. Yojar
    Mar 10,  · Still Waters is the second album by French DJ/Producer Breakbot (Thibaut Berland), including the singles “Back For More”, “Get Lost” and “2Good4Me”. It was released on Ed Banger Records on February 5,
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  7. Tolrajas
    referencing Still Waters, 2xLP, Album + CD, Album, EDLP, BEC Yeah this is great one! Breakbot shows their talent on this masterpiece. 4 years after By Your Side & it takes a completely different tone but still gives you that classic get up and move groove.
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  8. Nijar
    Yet the strongest track, without question, is the closing track and album’s namesake, Still Waters. Despite again carrying that distinct retro Breakbot feel, it does away with vocals entirely, allowing the focus to remain on its bubbly melodies and layers of synths.
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