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HØST – Pull Up (Plasma Collaborative) [UKBM Premiere]

UKBM premieres ‘Pull Up’, a big, bad & heavy new track from HØST lifted from his forthcoming EP on Plasma Collaborative

HØST is a producer who is equally at home making frenetic Drum & Bass as he is making lo-fi, blissed out beats and his prolific output means that the range of the music he releases is particularly impressive but with quality matching quantity. With a range of those releases on a number of labels this year including SINE and Hoover Sound as well as support from the likes of Doc Scott and Noisia, it is safe to say that HØST has been making waves this year. He is about to release his latest EP on Plasma Collaborative records entitled The Man With A Thousand Eyes EP and it features an array of bass heavy tracks as well as more hazy style vibes.

Pull Up is the formidable opening track on HØSTs EP which we are proud to premiere here ahead of the official release date and is a great way to get things kicked off on the EP, a heavy and menacing track that will test speakers to their limits.

With the rest of the EP featuring a variety of eclectic and varied beats, making for a great listening experience and features from GEAR and Lst-Kyb adding to the proceedings too, it is another high point for this year for HØST so make sure to check the whole EP out on the 11th, until then indulge in the big, bad and heavy vibes of Pull Up again and again courtesy of HØST and UKBM.

The Man With A Thousand Eyes EP is out 11th December and will be available here.

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