Producers like Slighter are electric chameleons, skilled at spreading their magic over the entire mediasphere, from the independents to the masses—in Colin Cameron Allrich’s case, from working with Front Line Assembly, Future Funk Squad, Cyanotic, and Ohm, to making cues for HBO, NBC, Lionsgate, FOX, and others. Colin’s accumulated skills and versatility translate into real-world rewards when tasked with delivering samples that can handle a broad spectrum of objectives. On Industrial Breaks, genre options cover rock, metal, funk, breakbeat, and glitch. Splintered lead and distorted bass guitars, staccato single-note pulses, and many masterfully filtered textures (read, Classic German Influence) combine easily to fill body music spaces that recall The Prodigy, Junkie XL, and Überzone. Sonics: all 101 loops and 31 drum and FX one shots are mixed in a narrow and intense stereo field, engineered to stay focused, nested, and coherent, as your mixes thicken up into their heaviest moments. Both dark and fun, Industrial Breaks hits a sweet spot between industrial, rock, and breakbeat music that’s faithful to all three. Crafted by a producer who infiltrates mainstream culture with the sound and spirit of the independents, Industrial Breaks is perfect for churning out everything from album tracks to action cues.