by Birocratic

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Hauberg This was the first album I heard from Birocratic - My ears was never gonna let it go again.
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brinch Jazzy goodness. Definitely one of my favorites. Favorite track: Slipout.
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Donald Sawyer III I've been on Bandcamp hard because it is all independent artists. I love the creativity​ and indie artists are free to make what they want. I self published a fictional book in November about a homeless girl chasing her goal of being a hip-hop dancer. I am an independent artist too. That being said Birocratic is my guy. I love jazz and hip hop equally. All his music works for me. Due to the instrumentation and the fact he said he didn't sample, it's classic. I listen to him all the time. Genius stuff. Favorite track: Layback (feat. Paul Sottile, Jr.).
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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

    Alongside the music, you get a digital booklet of photos I took in & around Cape May from 2013-2016, and hi-res wallpapers of the EP and singles' cover artwork.
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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Dream On, Time, Zesty Surprise, beets 4 [stems], Extra Fresh, beets 4, Replaced, Birocratic x Julien Solomita, and 10 more. , and , .

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Passage 03:37
Don't Leave 03:56
Slipout 03:31


One of my fans actually described the tone of this project better than I could. It's about accepting change, as not all change is good or bad. Life transitions whether we like it or not. It's our choice to acknowledge it, embrace it, and move to our potential.

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The music on this record was first written three years ago in my oceanside hometown, Cape May, NJ. I never released it out of fear, because it sounded different from my old music. As I went back home year after year, I kept editing and adding to these songs. They're an accidental mood journal of my time there; an acknowledgement of how we grow even if we aren't sure that we want to.

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released October 3, 2016

production/mixing/mastering: Birocratic
2013-2016 in Cape May, NJ

rhodes electric piano: Paul Sottile, Jr. & Birocratic
Jan 7, 2016 in Philadelphia, PA

all songs written by Birocratic

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thanks to:

Paul • Mom & Dad • Jordan & Gabi • Jenny • Mike • Noah • all the Honchos • my Clive family • my Cape May friends & fam




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