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Plastic Sound Supply set to drop a new comp, Ultrasoft! Anthems 33, its twentieth release

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Okay, let's set aside for a moment the fact that the forthcoming release from Plastic Sound Supply is the Denver label's twentieth release. Or even the fact that the platter itself is absolutely brimming with a fresh batch of tunes from some of the finest and most celebrated electronic acts and producers in town, including c.db.sn, Iuengliss, Scaffolding, CacheFlowe, Hollagramz and more. As laudable as that all is, wait until you get a load of the commercial for Ultrasoft! Anthems 33. Sweet Jeebus! It's, uh, well, inspired. Have a look.

See also: Best of Denver 2011: Best Record Label - Plastic Sound Supply

This marvelous clip was put together by one Mr. Ryan Policky from Latenight Weeknight, a gentlemen whom you probably know best from his masterful musical endeavors, A Shoreline Dream and Brim Liski. Ultrasoft! Anthems 33 is due out on September 17, but you can pre-order your copy this Tuesday, August 27. Don't sleep on this gem. Operators are standing by -- no, really, they are. Let your fingers do the walking.

Continue on to see the full-sized artwork and tracklist

Ultrasoft! Athems 33 Plastic Sound Supply Release: September 17, 2013

FOANS - Pure Pensive Particles Grenade Fountain - Momentary Offthesky and Pillow Garden - Stretches Iuengliss - Attenuation Scaffolding - Awareness Ten and Tracer - Slap an Orphan Clap David Last - Lemon Twin The Parallel Light - Ceres II Sean Byrd - Held Together Hollagramz - Chapel Perilous (Ambient dub) Radere - Overtaken by the Night c.db.sn - Two Ghosts Before the Eye CacheFlowe - Patter (Free mp3) Jeffrey Wentworth Stevens - Alvin Smith Is a Hawk I See Alien Taxonomy - Some Birds Fly at Night Marcellus Lewis - Castles Are Ghost Stories




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