|2.||"Wheels In Motion"|
|2.||"Fire In The Hole"|
|2.||"See Thru Stars"|
The Rush Hour Direct Current series continues apace, shifting the focus to our shores for the first time and delivering a startling full length album from young UK producer BNJMN. In a similar way that Lone's not-quite-an-album Emerald Fantasy Tracks drew nostalgic influences from 90s electronica but presented it in a fashion that was utterly contemporary, so does Plastic World. Across the ten tracks present, BNJMN draws reference from the early house and techno sounds that sprouted out of the UK, twisting them through the machine grind to become something so utterly compelling socks are quite figuratively blown off. The melancholic euphoria that runs through opening gambit "Blocks" have ensured it is the track that draws people in, but there is so much more here to discover, not least the mystical icy shards of techno throb that punctuate the upwards kaleidoscopic thrills of "See Through The Stars".
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