Melbourne based drum & bass label Plasma Audio, the imprint of the Plasma Collaborative, has been making a name for themselves with some great releases since early 2014. Having built up a small back catalogue already, they have had a host of talent such as Icicle, DLR, Alix Perez, Sabre, Rido and many more produce music for the label as well as bringing forth some more underground artists. Quality is the key, Plasma know that – so when I find myself still playing tracks from across their label, it is safe to say that I was chomping at the bit to hear their latest EP, PLASMA015.
Few But Crazy – Feedback
First up, Spanish trio Few But Crazy give us an absolute killer lead track. This techy stomper hits hard every time, midrange bass and unrelenting stabs layered with crisp vocal samples showcase the trio’s separate backgrounds & talents combining together to create this shoe-thrower. Neurofunk at its finest.
Future Engineers – Eternity
Changing the vibes completely on the second track, Future Engineers. The duo have been making a comeback of late which has been great news for us here at In-Reach, and drum & bass heads across the globe. Intelligent atmospherics in the intro roll us into a tight drum beat and sub low bass with enough low end you could shake a stick at. This stepper is a perfect intro tune for me, sets the mood straight away!
Piglet – Zeta Reticuli
Hitting all spectrums with this EP, Tasmanian producer Piglet unleashes this half time masterpiece for the final track. Taking us way back and incorporating sounds from different era’s that helped shape drum & bass and fusing them together to create a unique and deep sounding beat.
So there you have it, the last release of the year is a big one from the Plasma Audio crew – a varied 3 track EP that has us shouting for more!
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