Jesse Bru – The Coast LP Review

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Review
Returning to French label, Happiness Therapy, is Vancouver based producer, Jesse Bru, with his first LP to date. This is also a special release for Happiness Therapy because it is also their first LP and biggest project to date. Influenced by early 90’s hip-hop’s use of samples, Jesse Bru’s sample-heavy music production style is highlighted in this diverse 15 track release spanning from Anthemic Summery House to Jazzy Emotional Electro. This double vinyl album welcomes you with a dreamy opening track, leading into 3 heady raw houses tracks with jazzy keys, high paced breaks, and nostalgic trance chords. On the flip side, there are 3 breathtaking tracks ranging from soulful uplifting breaks to introspective emo electro demonstrating Jesse Bru’s extensive knowledge of a diversity of genres. On the second vinyl we get to hear the deeper side of the release with 4 deep after hours tracks that vary from minimal dub vibes, bumping chicago house to astral drum and bass. On the reverse side closing out the LP are 4 tracks with 2 powerful female vocal driven tracks with deep melancholic grooves and an uplifting anthemic house track to finish off the LP. The Coast LP is set for release on December 4, 2020 and will come as a double vinyl release with silver pantone cover and an exclusive holographic sticker.
The Coast
8
Change
9
Meditative State
8.6
In The Sun
9.8
Life's Alright
9.9
Summer Rain
9.9
In Different Places
9
Lucid Dreaming
8.4
All Day Bae
8
Workin (Should Be Livin)
8
CMWTME
8.2
In My Soul
8.2
Love Fantasy
8.4
In My Heart
9.9
Outro
8
8.8
Final Score