Artist info

Genre

Electronic


band members

Michael Zubreckyj - Synth/Sax/Vocals | David Smith - Guitar/Bass/Samples | Ben Zubreckyj - Trumpet/Vocals/Drums | Laura Zubreckyj - Vocals


Unearthed artists we like

Mosaic Mosaic, Menagerie, Urtekk, swimming, Oisima, Presidio, glisk, I'lls


Website

soundcloud.com/brokers

Bio

AAdelaide electronic 4-piece Brokers are releasing their first full length album “Resettler”. The release follows their 2013 EP Miosis which saw the band supporting the likes of Flume, Seekae, and BadBadNotGood as well as playing WomAdelaide in 2015.

Riddled with their trademark mix of electronica, jazz and effortless groove, Resettler is a diverse body of work that encompasses a wide variety of moods and tempos. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Air, Flying Lotus, Hiatus Kaiyote and Bonobo, Brokers deftly blend live instrumentation with drum machines and sampling.

You can get Resettler at
http://brokers1.bandcamp.com/
http://soundcloud.com/brokers
http://www.facebook.com/brokrs

Review

Run/Hide (ft. Jesse Davidson)

Brokers

Review by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

18 Dec 2015

Triple J
40

Jesse has had a great 2015, and he's capped off the year with this smooth and impressive collaboration. Looking forward to sussing out more of this group's album.

Jesse has had a great 2015, and he's capped off the year with this smooth and impressive collaboration. Looking forward to sussing out more of this group's album.

Review

Run/Hide (ft. Jesse Davidson)

Brokers

Review by Nat Tencic Nat Tencic

01 Dec 2015

Triple J
45

Brokers and Jesse are a dream combination. It's like you guys were always meant to be. This is floating through space perfection.

Brokers and Jesse are a dream combination. It's like you guys were always meant to be. This is floating through space perfection.

Review

Review by Tim Shiel Tim Shiel

09 Nov 2015

Triple J
45

Starts with jazz flute and ends with scat singing. On paper, I would not necessarily expect to love this song, but it is 100% class and crazy lush. Love it.

Starts with jazz flute and ends with scat singing. On paper, I would not necessarily expect to love this song, but it is 100% class and crazy lush. Love it.