March 27, 2020 | 24:16 mins
Re-Entry is the eighth full body of work produced by the crate-digging ATL producer Daily Bread (Rhett Whatley). Re-Entry represents a homecoming to Earth after an expansive journey through space and is the companion to Daily Bread’s Navigator, Standby LP, released on May 2, 2019. What goes up, must come down.
Navigator, Standby LP
August, 31 2018 | 35:33 mins
Eleven tracks beamed straight down from space with features from STS, Obeah, and Luke Sipka.
Released on vinyl & streaming, the packaging and cover art for Navigator Standby serves as an intricately designed visual accompaniment for the album, and features the artwork of 1950’s British sci-fi artist David A. Hardy, with a special collage insert created by Daily Bread.
On The Hour EP
August, 31 2018 | 9:08 mins
On The Hour is an accompaniment piece to Daily Bread's On The Daily 2xLP release, presented on high quality 7"/45rpm vinyl records.
To purchase a limited On The Hour 7" record, visit www.PhilosRecords.com/Store
On The Daily 2xLP
February, 4 2018 | 1hr 4 mins
On The Daily is a décollage of live instrumentation and vinyl samples designed to sound like a postcard looks. It's a 60 minute melting pot of my collective influences from the past three years – both places and people.
The arrangements have been carefully chosen and pieced together to evoke a variety of moods and emotions. The goal was to take full advantage of modern music production technology to evoke a variety of feelings we experience every day.
The Darkness Before Dawn
Septmeber 2, 2015 | 33:33 mins
Produced and arranged solely by record collector and beatsmith, Rhett Whatley, The Darkness Before Dawn was recorded in Atlanta over the cold, wet winter and spring of 2014/15. This project features some of Daily Bread’s most inspired material.
“I was really focused on bringing some of the sadder, depression-dripped tones out of my record collection with this LP” Whatley explains. The songs tell tales of love lost, never-ending rain storms, late night encounters, and restless minds. I really made something that has a lot of life in it.”
September 1, 2014 | 39:29 mins
The Philos crew is beyond stoked to present the latest from Atlanta native Daily Bread. Rhett keeps a solid sense of balance in his production, whether pumping samples on the MPC or subtly laying synthesis in his tracks. I’m very excited about this one, and for Daily Bread’s future.
Daily Bread’s music has a similar style like Pretty Lights, however; his music sounds a more old fashion but with a new style twist. The set “Out There” is a mixture between jazz, disco, funk, and hip/hop music. Together it forms an incredible groovy set that will sooth your soul.