What's so good?
By Devin Duckworth | Nov 20, 2012

A while back, Nicolas Jaar released an album titled Don't Break My Love LP, a compilation album also referred to as The Prism. This sampler, which includes 12 unreleased tracks featuring Jaar and many of his talented collaborators, was re-released today as a virtual edition just in time for Thanksgiving and stocking-stuffer season (hint hint).

While most of us take this week to give thanks to our friends and family let us also give thanks to Nicolas Jaar and his musical artistry with "Never Have I Ever," a track put together by Jaar himself and fellow Brown student/song associate, Will Epstein. Here, we have a song that manages to flawlessly incorporate speckled hand drums, saxophones and minimalistic electronic assortments in clean, darkly thematic fashion. Each minute of this album will find its own cryptic way to haunt you -- better it be by some handsome Chilean DJ, right?

Get your version of Don't Break My Love through his Clown and Sunset label by clicking here.
Devin Duckworth
Devin is the Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director for TEETH Mag. @devinduck