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Earlier this month, UK bass veteran Plastician, re-released 25…

Earlier this month, UK bass veteran Plastician, re-released 25 of his most famed productions, remastered in all their glory, & available digitally – many for the first time – via his very own label Terrorhythm Recordings. With some tracks dating as far back as 2001, & the most recent (Unhappy Shopper) being released over 9 years ago, this is an album for enthusiasts of the classic grime sound which is still imitated by many to this very day.

Included in the 25 are 4 previously unreleased tracks, “Cha VIP”, “The Lift VIP”, “Deep” – a track previously only spun by Slimzee & Hatcha on dubplate around 2002, + “We Like The Dark”, a somewhat legendary collaboration between Skream & Plastician which also dates back to the days when the terms “Grime” + “Dubstep” were non existent. These 4 tracks will only be made available to people who purchase the full album on Bandcamp, where the exclusive “Deluxe” version is available.

Plastician is also offering a series of Remix EPs featuring some of the most exciting producers of today taking their spin on some of his classic grime productions.

Varying in styles & tempo, Plastician showcases some solid remixes from old pals like N Type & Surge + Starkey, & continues to bring forth exciting new talents in the shape of Terrorhythm family – AWE, Boxed label crew & master of the “Peace Edit”, Mr. Mitch, + Glaswegian grime lord Inkke on the first of three forthcoming EPs in the series.

Meatbodies – “Tremmors”

L.A. rocker Chad Ubovich has done time on guitar and bass in Mikal Cronin’s band and on bass with the Ty Segall-affiliated garage rock project FUZZ. He’s now fronting his own band, the marvelously named Meatbodies, and they’re putting out a self-titled LP on In The Red this fall. Lead single “Tremmors” matches straight-up Zeppelin [...]



Connections – “Beat The Sky” Video

Last month, we premiered “Beat The Sky,” a new track from the prolific Columbus band Connections, who were also one of our best new bands of 2013. Now they’ve shared the new song’s video, which is your typical band-playing-a-show montage that’s elevated by the group’s energetic and earnest punk, and some cool-looking cloud-related effects. Watch [...]



She Keeps Bees – “Is What It Is” (Feat. Sharon Van Etten) Video

A month ago, She Keeps Bees shared the affectingly minimal “Is What It Is,” from their upcoming album Eight Houses, featuring Sharon Van Etten on backup vocals. The song seems made for lonely late-night drives, and the font of the title card for its new video, appearing above a car speeding down a darkened highway, [...]



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