BREESE, DJ-producer-label with a modern, evolving, originality. His achingly tasteful imprint BALEARIC, released it’s fourth Ibiza sunset inspired compilations in 2018, scouring fans globally and receiving high praise with it’s purist mind-set teamed with timeless curation.
In the club, there’s a powerful anarchy to the BREESE DJ set. He comes loaded with a slew of uniquely created bootlegs and private edits. Roaming tempos where styles unite, House music at it’s core. He’s often equipped with studio effects and sirens, adding a leftfield quality to solid selections, layers of dub echo, delays and frequency sweeps, pushing speaker air and sending the dance floor nuts.
This is what Jim had to say on his mix and his influences putting it together.
There’s heavy selections of African-influenced tunes included here. Several tracks originate from Cape Town where I put the mix together – a mega destination that inspires me every time I visit. Others have links to Johannesburg, a place I cant wait to go record shopping due to its strong digging culture and my love of South African produced rarities. The mix is pretty dance floor, and you can expect to hear these get rinsed throughout my DJ sets & summer Balearic parties.
J.K. Mandengué — Afrika
Kabbala — Ashewo Ara (Mix 88)
Toby Foreh — Ore Mi
Milton — Mizik Nou
Average — Haye Haye
Kiki Gyan — Disco Dancer
Pasteur Lappe — Na Real Sekele Fo Ya
Jean-Pierre Boistel / Tony Kenneybrew — Des Perce-bois
Larry Maluma & Kalimba — Kamusale
Angelique — Batonga (The Jungle Club Mix) (Breese Edit)
Om Alec Khaoli — Say You Love Me
Kabbala — Voltan Dance
Nakombe Nga — Les Choc Stars du Zaire
Ntombi Ndaba — Tomorrow
Hugh Masekela — Don’t Go Lose It Baby
Tabuley Rochereau — Hafi Deo (Nick The Record & Dan Tyler Re-Edit Dub)