London’s Nathan Jenkins, better known on the beatmaking scene as Bullion, has dropped fresh details about his forthcoming reference, a 9-track mini album to be released through Young Turks, the European home of The xx, Glasser, SBTRKT and El Guincho, and not, as usual, through the One-Handed label. The long player is out on 22nd November only on vinyl, with the 9 tracks included on the A side, while the B side features an illustration. In keeping with these modern times, Young Turks has manufactured only 500 copies of “You Drive Me to Plastic”, so if you want to own a copy, reserve yours here.
And as a proof of Bullion’s re-contextualizing beatmaking with psychedelic accents, below the album info here you’ll find “Too Right”, a track featuring a sample of the song “Dandelion Seeds” by July written in 1968.
Bullion – “You Drive Me to Plastic”01. Wrong Door In(tro) 02. Slight Jig In The Sky 03. Magic Was Ruler 04. Lol Express 05. Too Right 06. Spirit Mighty 07. Pressure To Dance 08. My Castle In England 09. Drive Me Out(ro)Bullion - Too Right