Toronto Is Broken – No Gyal Tune

by | Aug 2, 2016 | Tunes

Signed exclusively with Sub Slayers, Toronto is broken is back with another well rounded release. You can really hear the roots of the Drum and Bass sound at the core of all three of these tunes, reuniting us with those original industrial breakbeat sounds. To me, this feels like he was trying to make a statement, letting the drum and bass world know he is moving forward and smashing boundries. In previous tunes this young producer won us over with gritty yet vibey liquid DNB complemented by seductive vocals and grueling basslines in tunes such as “Breath Clear” Featuring Jodie Carnall VIP. On this release Toronto is broken went deeper into the neuro sub genre giving us tracks like “No Gyal Tune” that are sure to get a dancefloor irate. This track caught me completely off guard. Kicking off with some techstep, jungle’ish feels, then breaking into the heaviest tune i think i have heard from him to date. This one lacks nothing in my opinion, from big synths and basslines to ear catching vocal samples and an electric atmosphere,No Gyal Tune” has that golden era sound reminiscent of the Hive and Gridlok or Renegade Hardware days of old, evolved with the sound engineering techniques of the new. Toronto is Broken has been very busy in 2016 with some great releases already and some pretty big tunes still to come (one on Viper from what I have heard). Sub Slayers has also been on top of their game this year with some great releases, and for that we thank you! keep up the good work fellas. You can grab this 3 track release at the Sub Slayers online store (link below) or on all reliable digital music outlets. BUY IT AND PLAY IT LOUD!

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Mike Silvestri (DJ Contrast) has been involved with jungle/drum and bass in one way or another since the mid 90's. From Denver to California he has played in the top clubs in the country on and still does on a consistent basis, holding a residencies down in LA at Fluid D&B and in Orange County at Upgrade DNB. Writing is also a interest of his contributing to many Drum and Bass blogs and websites as well as the being the co host of the Upgrade D&B Podcast. you can follow and find out more at