The Italian Jungle and drumfunk expert, Enjoy, is back with an explosive set of heart stopping rhythms. For those that know Enjoy's sounds, you’ll recognise the clever detailed breaks that fans of his have grown to love. With a mixture of his own compositions as well as joint works created with his long time partner Dany, under the Blunt Needles alias; this LP is destined to go down in history as a classic example of how to make jungle breaks take on a life of their own, and how to create tense spellbinding moods that will captivate the listener and make sure they listen from start to finish.
This LP has been a long time in the making, and the attention to detail and adept execution of his ideas clearly show that. Enjoy continues to go from strength to strength, from his beginnings on free net labels, his first appearances on Omni Music and then on to his incredible pieces released on Subtle Audio. This is the sound of a musician who seems to just get better and better with each release, so stay tuned for more from this exciting and creative producer as time progresses.

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Available exclusively through Bandcamp on CD, as well as digital.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>GRAB IT HERE<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

All other digital stores to follow in a week Smile

As always, many thanks for the support guys Wave

Chris Eschaton

Brillant album !!

Love the unique use of breaks and the incredible break layering going on in many of the tracks.

Congrats to Alex and Dany and kudos to Chris for releasing this monster !

Hyper grabbing this tomorrow Smile

Just ordered !

Essential for any collection.

Thanks Conor Kisskiss

It's packaged up and ready to go tomorrow Grin

Wave @ Nic

playing the clips file on Plug.DJ now

Purchased yesterday (well, it was actually today, as it was after midnight Smile )
Great tunes!

Thanks guys Grin

All CD's ordered so far are now in the post Smile

Here is a nice little review I've been forwarded:


"‚Coincidence is a genius‘ is the slogan sprayed onto various walls and streets in downtown Vienna these days, and I couldn’t agree more. For it was mere coincidence that let me stumble upon Enjoy’s single Point III not 3 weeks back, and it was this encounter that led me to discovering an even better treat: his first full length album Layering Errors, and with it a full-fledged round trip through break and bass miracle land, laden with musical maturity and subtlety that is somewhat unparalleled. Truth is, one can hardly guess what’s coming when the intro’s disturbing scapes, distortion and filter accidents slowly creep into the unsuspecting listener’s ears and mind. But the very moment soft hi-hats slowly make their way through the pad-mist of the second tune, with the subdued speech sample that’s more of a subtle sign than barking representative, and the gradual emergence of those giant sine waves and breaks so tender they involuntarily made me think of pastry, the notion dawns: this will be epic. Now Hear My Mind is Layering Errors’ hub and motto, and everything that follows flows in the same timeless stream of ethereality and massiveness.
Arguably, it could be the jazz in the album. Tunes like the tramendous requiem for drowning basses The B.A.T. (which apparently –and righteously– stands for Blunt Amen Tune) with its wah-wah guitar reminiscent of Miles Davis’ seminal psychedelic period (indeed a remembrance that resonates throughout many tracks) or especially Shot On Sight feat. PC with its beautiful interplay of Rhodes piano and drums perfectly display what distinguishes Layering Errors from the commonality of releases: Enjoy’s ability to always expand the music’s horizon a little farther –even within the relatively definite borders of his genre–, and his remarkable sense for progression and energy.
Yet even if it was not for the glimpses beyond, somehow the album would still retain its fascination. And I admit, with tunes like the floating Potential Dreamer or the intense Hell’s Kitchen I caught myself more than once with embarrassing facial expressions of disbelief and surprise that revealed one question: how could a genre after so many years of existence still sound fresh? And how could anyone still contribute to the style and not repeat it? But the mystery is not to be questioned, and timelessness can only be experienced. As should the deadly deep subs, breaks and beyond of this fabulous album."


Didn't know Sneer Off was on here until it started playing. One of my favorites. Drums


Yickle interview with Granny Enjoy here:



Thanx to everyone !!!
Sorry for been disappeared from SC.. my fault and nothing else to say!
You can spank me whenever you'll catch me Wink

Again Thank You each and every !

Sincerely yours

Granny Cool


P.s. Spank

enjoy Wrote:Thanx to everyone !!!

You can spank me whenever you'll catch me Wink

Oooooh Granny !

Brilliant effort here. Yes Falcon Wave

Now available in digital sale stores Grin




Beatport and others to follow shortly Grin


Wave Hahaha Rainbow

Lols thanx again !!

Bump! Again on heavy rotation in my CD player since yesterday. "Shot on Sight" is a monster of a tune Falcon

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