Plutonik, a stylish Birmingham based 5-piece blending beats, breaks and sinister urban jazz vocals, released their debut album “Prime Numbers” on Integrity Records to massive critical acclaim in the summer of ’99. The album was preceded by singles ‘Sitting On Top Of The World’ and ‘Londinium’, both of which received strong Radio 1 support from Steve Lamacq and others.
Watch the video for ‘Londinium’ here.
“A debut to rival Tricky’s Maxinquaye or Portishead’s Dummy” – Flipside
“This album positively glistens” – Straight No Chaser
“Drives d’n’b into new directions” – Future Music
“Real Quality” – The Observer
‘Prime Numbers’ was originally released on CD only, with the singles available on both CD and 12″ vinyl formats. It was not until August 2012 that the album became available world-wide for digital download and streaming. Check out your options below!back to bands
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