Track of the Week
This is the first of my weekly entries that will be known as "Track of the Week". Basically each Friday I will post my favourite and/or most played track of the week. Sometimes it might be an old track, other times it might be new – either way, it will just be my favourite track of the last week. Who knows, maybe every once in a while it will be a track you've never heard before and will change your life forever! Or something like that anyway.
So, this week's track is…
Broadway Project – Who's To Blame
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Broadway Project is Dan Berridge, an ambient/jazz artist signed to the Grand Central label. This track, Who's To Blame, is taken from his first album Compassion (released in 2000 on Memphis Industries, then later re-released in 2002). It is an interestingly arranged track in a jazzy style, but it also exerts great levels of depth with the Skalpel'esque beats and multiple layers of instrumentation. I'd liken it to something that Bonobo, Jaga Jazzist, or Quantic would release. It features harmonic vocal samples and strings of an eerie kind that come only from very cinematic tracks.
If you do like artists such as; Bonobo, Quantic, The Cinematic Orchestra, Skalpel and Jaga Jazzist, then you will more than likely enjoy this. The key element to Broadway Project is the cinematic sound, this is what likens it more to artists in the mould of The Cinematic Orchestra than say the other artists of which I have drawn a comparison to.