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Know No Boundaries (Instrumentals)

  • Artists iLL Audio
  • Release Date 2013-07-15
  • Labels Distinctive Records
  • Catalog DISN213
  • $11.99
  • Description After a series of explosive singles on Distinctive, iLL Audio a.k.a Rob Blake delivered his debut album titled 'Know No Boundaries' this spring. After high demand, Distinctive Records is pleased to announce an instrumental version his debut, showcasing this accomplished young producers' skills to a tee.

    'Know No Boundaries' fuses elements of Drum and Bass, Dubstep, Breaks and Reggae with the cathartic power of rock, accompanied by moody orchestral motifs and tribal sensibilities. Blake's keen ear for live-sounding beat programming, huge riffs and high-energy synth work bring all these facets together to create an album that is truly vast, cinematic and powerful.

    The opener 'Nibiru' is a lesson is tension development. Brooding strings and splashes of percussion lead bold tribal rhythms into the darkest recesses of orchestral bass culture. Cuts like the dubbed-out 'Divide and Rule' arrive like shards of sunlight amongst an otherwise dark and emotive pallet. The title track 'Know No Boundaries' is fierce , focused and technical dubstep, whereas 'Remedy' is a 3-part exercise in cross-genre pollination. There's half-time beats at the beginning, leading into Muse-esque arpeggios, a rock fuelled DnB mid section and back to half time. It's busy, exciting and spilling with energy and ideas.

    'Know No Boundaries' is a diverse piece of work that mirrors our desire of multiple styles and musical tribes, our thirst for more, be that a good or bad thing. It's an ode to technology, the power of contemporary music and above all the evolution of the hardcore continuum and dance music as a whole.

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