Leon Revol opens the record with “And If Forget”, a jazzy, downtempo ballad here offering a perfect introduction to the EP. Having previously released music for Church and Beats Of No Nation, Leon Revol brilliantly lands his first production on the BKD soil. Sydney-based artist Setwun is up next with “Lonnie”, a true journey into the mind of this multi-instrumentalist producer. The title opens up with glimmering melodies and kicks off strong with a lead bassline backed by a broken beat… all wrapped up with the beautiful keyboard performance from Daniel 'Planeface' Pliner. As a close friend of the 30/70 collective, Setwun here shows another side of the Australian jazz-influenced electronic scene. Closing the A-side, the Leipzig artist Duktus returns to the Broken District imprint with “Deep Downstairs”, a live-recorded nu-jazz session with the ODC Live Band. The band is named after the OverDubClub jam sessions and beat-making event series, which took place between 2012 and 2016 at the Distillery club in Leipzig. After a VA release on the O*RS label gathering productions from all artists involved in the ODC sessions, this one song is the last and only song left from this time period… and it’s quite an honor to welcome it on Broken District. Flip the record, press play: Italian talent Turbojazz opens the B-side, delivering his jazz-infused house music on “Pianodubrazil”. The prominent South-American influences bring even more sunshine to the EP and the live performance from Veezo on the keyboards has clearly something to do with it. Together with Parker Madicine, Turbojazz and Veezo have recently made a strong impression with their mutual project Jaxx Madicine… and magic happens again on this new track. Following-up is Jus Jam, one of Broken District’s co-founders. Through his new track “Memories Live”, he grants us again with an atmospheric house cut brought by mellow synth pads and a warm live-recorded bassline. It’s hip hop, it’s jazzy, it’s house music with a unique twist, it’s a true journey for the dreamers… as always.