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Blackmass Plastics - Do the Mash

Blackmass Plastics

Do the Mash

Combat Recordings

Released: 15th May 2008 | 4 track beats & breaks ep
Normally a regular DJ among London's underground electro/hardcore scene, the latter half of 2007 saw Blackmass Plastics retreat into the studio, breeding and mutating his musical influences into several rampaging bass-demons, including a sterling remix of Super Mantis by the mighty Scorn. Emerging from hibernation to ravage soundsystems with his recent assault at the Bloc Festival 2008, he's laid down this EP of sonic weaponry as a renewed declaration of war. Combining the influences of industrial hardcore, dubstep, drum'n'bass and electro, and injected with seething anger, the 4 tracks are all propelled by crushing basslines and huge rolling drumbreaks arranged in relentless rhythms that never let up. Toxic atmospheres and hints of post-apocalyptic mythology pervade the uneasy, quiet spaces before and between each barrage. This DJ-friendly EP finds immediate allies in the sounds of Rag and Bone Records, Lone Wolf, Rottun Recordings, Threnody, King Cannibal, Scorn, Vex'd, Hench, Komonazmuk and White Boi, Mode Recordings, Ekaros, Search and Destroy, and anyone pursuing the darker, harder end of the bass'n'beats territory. Blackmass Plastics - Do the Mash EP has been aired next to Vex'd on Mary Anne Hobbs' Experimental Show on BBC Radio 1, and is being played bu Surgeon in his mutant techno sets.