Plastic Face are a trippy new house project from Sydney producers Pete Stals and Will Coleman with this hauntingly beautiful and wonderfully bizarre new track Hiivision [LISTEN:HIIVISION], an exploration into the strange and sometimes disturbing state of mind that we sometime fall into that hits serious notes of 90s house, JamesBlake, and Tame Impala all at once.
Accompanying this dark twisted fantasy is one of the year’s most intriguing video clips [WATCH:HIIVISION], where we are taken on a night drive that devolves into chaos and confusion, that reminds me of something by DavidLynch.
A unique reflection on the dark existentialism of 2020 itself, Hiivision is a track like no other this year!
In classic Plastic Face fashion, they’ve decided that time is “irrelevant and truely not existing” to there’s some old ones in there. Either way this makes for a good read!
TOP 5 BEST RELEASES OF 2020 >>
We are going to go with time being irrelevant and truly not really existing so below are our favs for 2020 and also some oldies..
The man is an alien, he’s been sent down from the heavens to bless us and humble us with his angelic pipes. Seeing him live in an intimate setting as the pingers are kicking in is an unforgettable experience!
This guy is a lord of deep bass and pop, dancefloor bangers. We look forward to the day covid-19 fucks off so we can get sweaty in da clurrrb listening to him.
Not to be confused with the actress with the eyes. Betty Davis used to date Miles Davis back in the day and was responsible for pushing him beyond contemporary jazz and into the psychedelic acid jazz he later made in his career. Not only was she a style icon, she made some incredibly edgy and forward funk music in the 70’s. Check out her record, ‘They Say I’m Different’ and thank me later.
‘Confessions on the Dancefloor’ is one of the best pop records from start to finish PERIOD!… Not to mention her influence on the pop world is unparalleled.
with Tony Allen drums and Fela at the helm what more could you possibly need. An absolute powerhouse of afrobeat rhythms and powerful politically charged lyrics. Always a must on any house party playlist for us.