The ever-changing sound of bass music stalwart Plastician is one that has been observed greatly over the past decade. Starting his career pioneering the then newly born genres of grime and dubstep in the early 2000s, we’ve since seen a transition in his musical capabilities now championing all sorts of styles through Terrorhythm record label and Rinse FM radio show. He’s taken to his own imprint with yet another deep exploration into his inner inspirations.
“Do What You Feel”, he admits, isn’t designed for the clubs. But we all have to relax sometimes. It’s drawn out structure and crushed vocal sample takes you on an experimental journey for four minutes. On the flip we even get a beatless version of the track, it’s deep tones amplified and a soothing sound to the ears. “Sonic Anxiety” travels into the depths of sub-low textures. I can imagine myself walking through a mystical ice world as I listen. A very interesting project to say the least. Buy now via Bandcamp.