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Boomkat Product Review:
The D&B don gorgon returns with a 14-track new album, 'When The Night Comes'. Rolling in five years after 'Foundation' and nearly ten years since the scene classic, 'This Too Shall Pass', the sound here marks a considered reduction and optimisation of Breakage's patented style in four parts. The key phrase here is minimalism, presenting each track/idea with a knowing paucity of fine-tuned elements - rather than showing off with hyperactive edits and calamitous drops. On the first disc he trims back to a fiercely brooding hybrid of dancehall snares and Reese-bass surge, nowt else, in the lip-bitingly rugged shoulder roller, 'Natty', while 'Dedication' bows to Goldie's lump-in-throat classic, 'Kemistry' with spine-freezing, spacious and precise impact. Second disc, he stirs the emotions to a peak with a swelling intro of distant rave crowd noise melting to liquid jungle-out, and 'Revelation' locks back to a darkly romantic halfstep brimming with Liam Bailey's echoic vocals and sweeping string arrangement.