One year ago Hector Plimmer’s debut album “Sunshine” was released to overwhelming support and acclaim.
What had initially been uncovered as a collection of almost-finished ideas had been developed into the perfect introduction to Hector as a musician, an artist and an integral part of London’s creative community. So, to mark the anniversary and bring a fitting end to this landmark project for the producer, they have gathered together those pieces and more for “Sunshine Remixed”.
The release includes thirteen remixes, the original Drahla version of massive debut single Eastern System, and a very special live version of Bossa B, performed with long-time collaborator and friend Wu-Lu and Brixton afro-dub legends Soothsayers.
Francis Harris delivers a deep and pensive rework of ‘Let’s Stay’ which hypnotically drifts with a steady pulse. Perfect for (but not limited to) headphone listening, this cut fits well with an early morning commute or a late night drive. Every track on the album is completely different, making it a totally dynamic listen. Some serious stuff included!
“Sunshine Remixed” released February 23, 2018 on Albert’s Favourites