Friday Night @ Plastic People – Bullion / Cherrystones / Paul White


Good Friday at Plastic People, the man known as Bullion will be headlining a psyched-out, beat heavy, bass 8-bit lineup, all on our favourite soundsystem in London.

For those that slept, Bullion’s latest offering You Drive Me To Plastic was originally dropped on wax earlier in the year via the Young Turks label, who spared no expense delivering it on a beautifully etched vinyl plate, complete with proper sleeve inking. It’s now officially coming out on CD, hence the shared name with the party, and the reason for celebrations this Friday night. You can check what Norman Records had to say about the record here.

Fellow One-Handed Music illuminati Paul White will be in attendance and is always a pleasure to watch on decks, as is Cherrystones who will also be sharing turntable duties, and who’s recent release under the Godsy pseudonym continued his tradition of blowing us away.

Starting with his days on Gerald’s Stark Reality label, I think Cherrystones remains criminally underrated in the way he’s shaped and continues to influence the modern scene. From London to LA a lot of big name cats probably wouldn’t have reached the levels they’re at without him paving the way or pulling them up with him. Long may he do so. If you’re after something really hectic see if you can get your hands on The Amazing Transplant record he did with Andy Votel, which still rates in my “top 10 plates that changed my life” list. In fact a quick look shows us that you can still buy it in Jazzman’s shop for under £4. Check the link here.

For more details on the night head to the RA page linked or click the flyer below for a bigger version.