DPFT039 - Corrugated Tunnel - Fallout / Bulfin - Out Now!


21 Sep 2009, 12:27

Corrugated Tunnel (a.k.a. Edwin James) first appeared in the public's view in 2005, securing support slots for Abe Duque, The Hacker, James Holden and Legowelt, and alongside Chymera at the Electric Picnic the momentum began to happen. His acclaimed debut album "We Are Electronix" arrived in 2006, combining shimmering techno with old school electro against a backdrop of ambient sounds capes. The album has been described by IDJ as "coming at you like Kraftwork jamming with Eno and Daft Punk". Exquisite production is at the core of his art, and deep, melodic, clinical sounds pervade this record, which won the Best Album award 2006/07 at the Slick-DJ dance music awards.

A stream of releases followed, on seedyr, JM, Ork, Elevation, Night Vision, Dance Electric, Systematic, Dirty Works and Urban Torque, with support from Oliver Huntemann, Derrick May, Laurent Garnier, Dave Tarrida (Tresor), Ben Watt, Marc Romboy, Groove Armada and Nick Warren. Many more releases are lined up for the next 12 months, including his third album, but first he delivers the second release of the re-launched Plastica.

Following the success of Plastica relauch single by Filth & Splendour, the darker and meaner sister label of Plastic Fantastic delivers two new Corrugated Tunnel tracks: Fallout and Bulfin. Both are dark and pumping crowd-pleasers, which will shortly be picked up by all the usual suspects. Also watch out for new remixes coming from Edwin, as well as further Plastica releases from Dan Cat and Default.


Early reactions for "Fallout / Bulfin":

"These 2 tracks work perfectly for me. Will play for sure" - Laurent Garnier

"Both great solid productions, Bulfin is the pick for me though. Will play and support 10/10" - James Trystan (Filth & Splendour)

"Wicked release guys, feeling both tracks, will support for sure." - Oli Cassidy (Filth & Splendour)

"Great release gearing more towrds the fallout track which would sit in my sets nicely :)" - Marco Smith

"Solid, deep and heady fodder here on fallout, my favorite of the two. The next tune, bulfin, is definitely up my alley - i like the bassline on this one. Impressive." - URB Magazine

-- PLASTICA Recordings


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