Consisting of three very good friends (Sebastien Albert, Dieter Geerinck, Adrien Van Dijk), all individually active in various scenes from dubstep, to drum and bass, they came together and decided that they had too much in common not to kick off a drum and bass project, where Bredren was born. In a short two years, Bredren have placed 2nd in the SUNANDBASS DJ Competition entitling them to a spot on the line up, they have released tracks under Proximity Recordings, Break-Fast Audio, Broken Audio, and have gained support from names such as Loxy, Skeptical, Basher and many more. Bredren describes their sound as deep, dark, and minimal, but instantly recognizable, and this exact sound placed them in K-Mag’s “20 To Watch In 2015”. Bredren’s influences revolve around names such as SpectraSoul, Alix Perez, Skeptical, Basher, Xtrah, Loxy, DBR UK, Data, and many more. Travelling to Outlook Festival, and this year playing shows in Germany, Poland, the UK, Ireland, Holland, and Croatia, it’s evident these boys are spreading their wings, and they aren’t playing. Info and clips on Bredrens debut LP “Trinity” on Proximity Recordings is out next week, with the full release due on the 17th of November in both digital and CD format, featuring 15 mind numbing tracks.
A huge big ups to Bredren on an absolute stomper of a mix, keep your ears peeled for those unreleased dubs!