Experience Daily Bread’s Incredible Trip-Hop Album "Invisible Cinema" for Your Daily Dose of Funky Grooves


Atlanta-based electronic music producer Daily Bread has finally released his highly anticipated eighth studio album, “Invisible Cinema,” which showcases his unique production skills. The album, which features 13 tracks, has been released under Philos Records and is centered around two themes, cinema, and the moon. Daily Bread’s mastery of visual storytelling is evident throughout the album.

The album begins with the old-school hip-hop opener “Blindfold Yourself” with Late Night Radio, which sets the tone for the rest of the tracks. The album boasts a sonic palette of funk, electro-soul, and vintage trip-hop, featuring soulful melodies, gritty hip-hop sampling, and glitchy basslines. Daily Bread’s experimentation is evident in the album’s standout track, “Back To The Moon,” which explores the lunar phases of the moon through warping basslines.

The album’s signature style is encapsulated in the cathartic, funky grooves, and fluttering arpeggios of “Look Up At The Stars.” Daily Bread’s unique style and production skills have earned him a reputation as a grassroots star in the electronic music landscape. He rose to fame after opening for Pretty Lights at Red Rocks in 2017 and is now one of the most sought-after producers in the industry.

Daily Bread will be embarking on his first headlining tour to bring the “Invisible Cinema” live experience to his fans. The tour, which begins next week, will feature Greg “Lazershark” Ellis for the tour’s lighting design. Daily Bread is scheduled to perform on dozens of stages through May, including a celebratory show at Austin’s The Concourse Project with labelmates Late Night Radio, Michal Menert, and Artifakts, among others.

Overall, “Invisible Cinema” is a stunning album that showcases Daily Bread’s talents as a producer and visual storyteller. The album’s blend of funk, electro-soul, and vintage trip-hop makes for an unforgettable listening experience that fans are sure to enjoy.

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