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Modern Electronic artist – Ham Plaza – releases latest album Ah Nawee

Alt-electronic soloist, Ham Plaza is set to release his latest album Ah Nawee to all major digital  platform on May 21st, 2019.

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Blending music production into his everyday, is what brought us the collection of tracks that is Ah Nawee. Ham Plaza has worked tirelessly to create a boundary-breaking, alternative-electronic album to showcase the best of his work to date.

Ham Plaza is more than your average artist, taking advantage of their over-exaggerated synth and thirst for bleeps and beats takes their sound to a new space. Each of the tracks on his record boast dance-infusing beats and modern production technique to really set him apart.

This music is the work of a young man from Essex who is lost in world of modular synthesizers. Any time away from his day job sees Ham Plaza lounging in his pants and churning out soundscapes that are riddled with rhythm and scratch drawn from an unhealthy obsession with DJ Shadow and The Beastie Boys.

DJ Shadow, Kraftwerk, The Prodigy and The Chemical Brothers are just some of their biggest influences responsible for how they have shaped their sound.

Ham Plaza will release their debut album to all major digital platforms from the 21st May 2019.

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About Joseph Timmons (9928 Articles)
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