Atlanta's own Ben Wehunt makes his debut appearance at Recycled Plastics with the cleverly titled Un Jour Aux Courses. Earlier in the 2012 year, Ben and I related to one another just how amazing pork rinds are, compared notes on reverb saturation preferences and high fived each other with our drum machines. In many ways, Ben is very much like me, being a bearded southern gentleman who can appreciate good video games, junk food and groovy electronic music. Ben's album is a veritable smorgasbord of all the best sides of the last 20 years of braindance, acid and jungle music, and really is a lot of fun to play at loud decibel levels. While you can freely download the first 10 tracks at Bandcamp, you can also throw a few dollars at Recycled Plastics and come away with a snazzy limited edition CD-R, complete with FOUR bonus tracks and TWO remixes by the RP Remix Crew of Mrs Jynx and myself (Coppice Halifax). Why would you pass an opportunity like this up?
released 15 October 2012
Written and produced by Ben Wehunt. Mastered by The Analog Botanist. This is Recycled Plastics number BC11, and the eleventh installment of the ongoing Bedroom Compost series.
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