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This our last goodbye

This is a hauntingly beautiful album. Sophisticated and ahead of it's time. Every song paints a different and intricate picture for the listener which allows for a connection on many different depths. Not just a piece of the composers soul was placed into this album, I firmly believe the entire life was bled into every second of this masterpiece.


Broken Hearted Jubilee exhibits incredible attention to detail as well as an overarching theme and sound. The gorgeous piano melodies blend perfectly with glitchy drum beats and wobbly synthesizers. This is an excellent album and should be part of every Electronic/Dubstep fan's collection.

Where has Diazo been Haydn?

There are many ways to describe this album, but I think the best way for me to sum up the feel of Broken Hearted Jubilee is: tragically beautiful. If scars could speak, they would sing his sorrow through this album. You can see the varying array of emotions that were poured into this album. From such intense emotions came a truly great piece of music. Each song has a story to tell of love, joy, pain, and sorrow. This album is perfect for a broken heart, but can also be enjoyed for any state of mind.

If you're a fan of Venetian Snares, you'll enjoy Diazo's album.

Broken Hearted Jubilee, Diazo
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