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British Dance Duo Diffraction, Release Their Self-Entitled Album Available To Purchase Now
LONDON - Fifteen years in the making, British drum and bass group, Diffraction release their highly anticipated album, Diffraction, available now through all major media providers.
The debut album is quite an eclectic mix, ranging from chilled out drum and bass tracks like “The Day I Die” and “Schoenberg” to heavier old school tracks such as “Nickel” and dubstep influenced “Tell Me” and “Osmium”.
Diffraction is made up of Rupert Goddard and Rick Koster, a member of the Smith Quartet with whom he has toured throughout the world and made numerous recordings with. Koster’s classical influence can be heard in the collective of works with the use of solo classical violin, mixed into the drum and bass sounds of the recording.
Diffraction's music featured in BBC’s hit TV show The Big Allotment Challenge, which starred Diffraction member Rupert Goddard as a finalist in the competition. The show garnered over 2.5 million viewers and showed Rupert's love of producing drum and bass.
When asked about the inspiration behind the album, Rupert explains that they were influenced by early Hybrid, like the “Wide Angle” album, and more recently by artists such as Etherwood and Calibre. He mentions “We’ve tried to create a very clean, well engineered sound, with high production values and have introduced the orchestral element throughout a combination of layering real instruments with a virtual orchestra.”
Diffraction don’t fail to deliver, the latest self entitled album is a 12 track mix of unique dance and ambient recordings that is already a dance floor filler. Available now, Diffraction is available to purchase now through all major online media retailers including iTunes.
Diffraction Track listing:
The Day I Die
Living Without You
Three Days Lost
Cruel and Tender
Diffraction can be listened to here: