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Armitage and Doorly feature on Vudu’s latest release

Armitage makes his Vudu Records return with this eagerly anticipated tech-house floorfiller. ‘Plastic Man’ has also been given a heavyweight remix from house veteran Doorly, making this release one of Vudu’s biggest yet. Already receiving Annie Mac’s seal of approval, as well as a big thumbs up from Oliver Heldens, this one is a certified banger…

A gritty, groovy, underground feel throughout, Armitage delivers ‘Plastic Man’ with fierce conviction. Subtle percussive backbeats lift the driving rhythms into a chaotic drop. The hypnotizing vocals add even more dark overtones to the already twisted melody – Armitage is killing it with this one.

Doing what he does best, Doorly adds a smooth-as-you-like rumble of a bassline, as he transforms the groove entirely. Overflowing with funky, soulful tones, you won’t be able to stop yourself from dancing to this remix.

Vudu Records have a keen ear for underground bass music, however this time they’ve excelled themselves. There was only ever going to be one outcome when they teamed up with Armitage and Doorly

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