Plutonic Lab tours Australia throughout September and October to launch his new full length “Deep Above The Noise” which was recently made Double J’s Feature Album Of The Week along with the first single “Sliced Bread” being added to Triple J.
The album picks up where his highly regarded classic “Codes Over Colours” (2005) left off. With a vast array of instrumental landscapes & guest contributions from Guilty Simpson, Miles Bonny, Coma-Chi (Japan), Notes To Self BBRC and MoMO (IAMMMXO). “Deep Above The Noise” is a heavy hitting affair from start to finish, this is just the start of the next chapter of the Plutonic Lab story.
Plutonic Lab has provided the backdrop for countless artists over a mammoth career spanning two decades, collaborating on over 80 releases locally and internationally including with G-Love (US), Dialectrix, Drapht, Hilltop Hoods, Fatlip (US) and Wiley (UK). Plutonic Lab notably produced Dialectrix’s 2013 album “The Cold Light of Day” which was shortlisted for the Australian Music Prize, won the 2009 UK Mercury Prize for his work with Speech Debelle, and was nominated for Best Urban Release at the 2008 ARIA Awards as half of hip-hop duo Muph & Plutonic.
“One of Australia’s most anticipated releases of 2016” – The Source
“An absolute legend of Australian hip-hop” – Dom Alessio (Triple J Home & Hosed)
“One of the key players in helping our country’s now thriving hip hop scene become what it is” – Double J
Friday September 9th – Motor Room, Brisbane
Saturday September 10th – The Toff, Melbourne
Thursday September 22nd – The Cambridge, Newcastle
Friday September 23rd – Plan B Small Club, Sydney
Saturday September 24th – Republic Bar, Hobart
Saturday October 8th – Transit Bar, Canberra
Friday October 14th – Mojo’s, Perth
Saturday October 22nd – Rocket Bar, Adelaide