New music released today from Plasma Audio & Avantgarde recordings.

Today sees two releases coming from Plasma Audio from Melbourne and a compilation titled Theory of the Avantgarde out on Avantgarde Recordings. Both releases feature music from an East West connection and provides a deep sonic exploration of Drum and Bass music for the ears.

The Plasma Audio release features two tracks. The first is from UK producer Sabre.

Hailing from North London, 30 year old DJ turned Producer Gove Kidao aka Sabre has risen through the ranks of the global electronic music fraternity since his emergence back in 2002; Securing as he goes a reputation as a twisted yet soulful thinker, bringing a grittier sound to the deeper spectrum of Drum & Bass and experimental electronica.

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Yoga is a low slung affair with big bass. Slower than drum and bass tempo. For me it's the least exciting of the two tracks on this EP but it's always good to hear a producer known for drum and bass trying new ideas. Take a listen and make your own mind up.

Threat is a deep voyage from Munich producer Cruel Culture and Keosz from Slovakia. It seems that these guys have a synergy in the studio, drum and bass has always been a great place for collaborations and this is no doubt a perfect combination.

Soon he was infected with the drum'n'bass-virus, those dark and mighty sounds which came out 1996 and afterwards and he also began to intensively explore this region of sound. 

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More from Keosz

Theory of the Avantgarde’ brings a label snap-shot of the widespread dnb panorama out there. The goal was to put together a various and different sounding LP, which represented in a large spectrum, a ‘Cosmos’ of what dnb is today, and what an avantgarde of new experimenting artists is gonna bring on for the future.

The musical vibe ranges from the essential techy deepness of ‘Wolf Pack’ by L 33 with the lyrical contribution of MC Bashement, to the steppy oldschool ‘reece-tune’ vibe of Fade’s ‘Swarm’, from the minimal dark funk of M-zine & Scepticz tunes, to the rolling peak time of ‘HLZ – Lost Train’.
The presence of the artists goes from the already well-known names like ArpXP, Dabs & Hydro, to the new exciting discovered talents we found in Kush T and Hanzo & Randie.

360° of exclusive music packed with a brilliant ‘book-serie’ artwork from the designer and label co-owner Grotesque, Cosmos LP will be available in both CD and digital formats. Get ready to land into the Cosmos!

(Taken from Avantgarde recordings website

This is compilation is a fantastic insight in to a group of very talented producers and well worth the investment. Headphones or a decent sound system are advised.