South London artist Hector Plimmer is one of the most innovative producers around. Trying to compare Plimmer to anyone is difficult as his music is truly unique. It travels through multiple genres drifting from electronic to jazz to psychedelic and beyond. Having released his highly impressive debut album “Sunshine,” he continues to impress dropping “Bossa B” one of the standout cuts from the project. Opening with gentle percussion Plimmer takes you through an infectious and hypnotic Brazilian vibe, whilst atmospheric beeps drop in and out. With a moody sub-bass aesthetic reminiscent of early Metalheadz era at its finest, this track is a bit special. The release also includes two remixes – one from the mighty Glenn Astro, and one from Deoke.
Bossa B is out June 16th via Albert’s Favourite – buy from Bandcamp.