Moving quickly up the nu-disco ladder, Plastic Plates, has just put up another disgustingly good remix on Soundcloud, this time mixing up Mark Ronson‘s tune “Record Collection.” You may remember Plastic Plates aka Felix Bloxsom after our post back in April featuring his Social Studies mix. This new track is a little darker and a little more dancefloor ready than some of his older tunes, with a hot little break-down and plenty of the funky space vibes that we can always expect from Plastic Plates.
This remix of Adele’s “Set Fire to the Rain” won my heart a couple of months ago and I’m still straight addicted. Listen and DOWNLOAD below (yayyyyyyyy).
Plastic Plates played recently at U Hall supporting Classixx with an opening set by our very own Mr. Bonkerzz. Look Out for an interview coming soon…
This month’s Magic Tape 8 by The Magician brought with it the usual collection of delicious tracks, including one particularly great remix that brought to my attention the (rapidly) up-and-coming nu-disco artist, Plastic Plates.
Plastic Plates (aka ?lastic ?lates aka PLAST!C PLATES) is long-time musician and percussionist Felix Bloxsom from Sydney, Australia. No stranger to the professional music scene (which is quite evident from every one of his tracks), Bloxson studied at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and has played/Djed internationally, playing with artists including Sia, Daniel Merriweather, Empire of the Sun and others. Now living in L.A., Plastic Plates has been creating some amazing synth-disco remixes which you can catch over at his Soundcloud.
The Plastic Plates remix of ‘Social Studies’ has you feeling like you’re at an intergalactic happy-hour, gliding through space at a breezy 100 bpm. This spaced-out disco tune has no shortage of futuristic sounds which bounce perfectly off of Angelica Bells’ slippery vocals. Listen to below and grab the tune at BandCamp for a dolla…..
The latest remix on Soundcloud from Mr. Plates…. Another amazing tune…..