Hybrid – Disappear Here [2010]

I have no idea how long this video will be live on Youtube so enjoy it while its alive! The title track from Hybrid’s latest studio album showcases exactly what has made them so damn popular for the past decade. The breaks are crisp, the synths harken back to the golden age of progressive house and the vocal is smooth as butter. An absolute belter of a track. The whole album is incredible, huge orchestral arrangements mixed with some fabulous breakbeat work. There’s a reason everyone loves Hybrid, if your not completely convinced, just slip into Disappear Here. Epic.

Disappear Here Homepage – Lots of preview clips of the album

From InternetDJ
Though, much has changed on the road to Hybrid’s fourth artist album Disappear Here. Most notable is the addition of Hybrid’s third member – singer/ songwriter Charlotte James – to go along with founders Chris Healings and Mike Truman. Charlotte’s impact is marked as Disappear Here is truly an album of real songs and not merely dance beats with vocals on top. It offers a lot more than anything Hybrid has ever previously written and pushes boundaries in every way.

With Disappear Here, Hybrid has managed to create an epic and unique sound which has progressed dramatically from its original dance inception but still retains much of what makes electronic music so exciting. “This album offers a lot more than anything we’ve managed to write in the past,” Healings says. “Charlotte comes from that singer/songwriter/performer world and she really inspired us to write something much more song based. Working so much with her we feel like there’s a feeling of going somewhere else or doing something that will last longer in a live capacity. The music definitely reflects our desire to be a band but firmly rooted in dance music.”


One Response

  1. what a class act!

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