Self-taught newcomer Plastix is a young producer and multi-disciplinary artist emerging from the isolation of his bedroom studio in Adelaide with debut single ‘Wholesome Punks’, the first release from his extensive solitary body of work. Speaking of the song Plastix elaborates “This is a song about love. Realising that love cannot heal someone or fix someone. The dialogue present in the song is not between two people, but between a person and their mind.” With influences ranging from Bowie to J Dilla, ‘Wholesome Punks’ lays down a low tempo groove, monotonous vocals and dreamy sonic textures that belong to that final hour before the sun comes up.
Made possible through funding from South Australia’s Music Development Office, Volume 1 of the Singles Club will feature 3 x split 7” singles available via parttimerecords.com as well as digitally. The vinyl release features cover artwork by Adelaide illustrator Luku and each copy is individually hand-numbered and pressed on coloured vinyl. The first release from the series is out now and includes singles from Siberian Tiger and Tiles.
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