Break marks ten years of Symmetry with new album

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  • 10 Years Of Symmetry, which features Total Science and SpectraSoul, is out this week.
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  • Break is releasing a new album to celebrate the tenth anniversary of his Symmetry label. Over the last ten years, Symmetry has put out drum & bass records almost exclusively from Break, AKA label founder Charlie Bierman. He originally planned to mark the anniversary with a retrospective compilation, but he's now decided to release an album of all new material. In typical Symmetry fashion, all 12 tracks come from Bierman himself (including a remix of NC-17 & KC's "Slimeville"). He also collaborates with SpectraSoul, Total Science, DLR, Kyo, Fats and Boston. 10 Years Of Symmetry will come out on CD, digital and triple vinyl formats. Listen to clips from the two-song sampler.
    Tracklist 01. Break & Boston - If I Could feat. Kyo 02. Break & Total Science - Betamax 03. Break & Spectrasoul - Inside 04. Break - Ain’t No Turnin’ Back 05. Break - Free Your Mind feat. Fats (Break Remix) 06. Break & Kyo - Give In To Me 07. Break - Who Got Da Funk 08. Break - Overdub 09. Break - Left Behind 10. NC17 & KC - Slimeville (Break & DLR Remix) 11. Break - The Rush 12. Break - Not Forgotten Symmetry Recordings will release 10 Years Of Symmetry on October 28th, 2016.