Daily Bread is absolutely crushing 2023. He just left the festival crowds in shambles at Okeechobee and Coachella’s Do Lab and is performing at other huge festivals like Bonnaroo and […]
Daily Bread is absolutely crushing 2023. He just left the festival crowds in shambles at Okeechobee and Coachella’s Do Lab and is performing at other huge festivals like Bonnaroo and Electric Forest. He’s also well known for his bread and breakfast live streams and mix series, you can listen to those here if you haven’t yet.
The Atlanta-based artist is well known for his hip-hop-influenced beats that are still bass heavy. His tracks always show off his exemplary sampling skills and his fanbase is growing VERY quickly. Daily Bread started making music in 2014, equipped with an MPC and his jazz guitar, and he has come a long way since.
His new album, Invisible Cinema, showcased his production and sampling prowess to a tee. The motifs of the project are long recurring themes in Daily Bread’s work, the cinema and movie-going experience, as well as the moon – both of which can be seen in many of his tracks.
We covered his Invisible Cinema album right when it dropped last month. You can check out our full thoughts in detail on the breathtaking new album here.
Daily Bread is playing in Boston, at Sonia, tonight, and has a bunch of other throwdowns left on his Invisible Cinema tour and we truly suggest you make time to go out and see him. We’ll be heading to Flash D.C next week, one of our favorite clubs in the country, to catch both Daily Bread and tour support K+Lab on a crispy Funktion One speaker system.
His Invisible Cinema tour has been one of the most talked about runs of the year and is truly can’t miss. Daily Bread slams the pedal to the medal with tons of unreleased bangers, some played in his mix series and some that have only first seen the light of day on this tour. You’ll also be sure to hear classic Daily Bread fan favorites like “Moreland Ave Blues” and “Next Level Style” with frequent collaborator Artifakts.
His tour is set to end with a bang for his Philos Records Block Party in Austin, Texas, at the Concourse Project. The massive takeover and tour finale will feature Late Night Radio, Michal Menert, Artifakts, Recess, Derlee, Obeah, and, of course, the cratedigger extraordinaire Daily Bread.
Check out the remaining tour dates below and we hope to see you at Flash for the D.C. tour stop. You can grab tickets here.
April 28 – Racket (New York City, NY)
April 29 – Warehouse on Watts (Philadelphia, PA)
May 3 – Flash (Washington, D.C)
May 4 – Elevation 27 (Virginia Beach, VA)
May 5 – Victory North (Savannah, GA)
May 6 – Pour House (Charleston, SC)
May 7 – Saturn (Birmingham, AL)
May 12 – Deep Ellum Art Co (Dallas, TX)
May 13 – The Concourse Project (Austin, TX)
Featured image from @Brizzzzzle