Plazma Records is a music record label heading in the direction of minimal and techno music, hosting weekly radio shows on several stations.We're collaborating with worldwide known names, as well as supporting fresh artists that just getting their career started.
This track is a remix of a music piece in Game Boy game X. After finishing the tutorial at the beginning of X, the player is warped to a tunnel that takes the player to the main game. This track is the theme that is heard inside that tunnel with a techno-inspired spin. This remix debuted in Brawl and was originally a Lylat Cruise track.
This track is a remix of the music that would play on the title screen of the Nintendo DS game Big Brain Academy, as well as Wii sequel Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree. It is based closely on the original, including its non-lexical vocal lead, but has a faster tempo and more of a techno styling. The remix is taken directly from Brawl.
Oddly enough, when the Sabres Of Paradise are mentioned in the music press, it's nearly always Andrew Weatherall's name that comes up, as though the other two founder members, Jagz Kooner and Gary Burns, were unimportant sidekicks. However, a closer look reveals that Kooner and Burns have been responsible not only for much of the sound associated with the Sabres and their critically acclaimed albums Sabresonic and Haunted Dancehall, but also for distinctive production and songwriting for others, including techno DJ David Holmes. Add to this the fact that Jagz and Gary are in constant demand for remix work, and it should come as no surprise that the duo have set up their own separate publishing deals with Island Music and are apparantly preparing to retire the Sabres Of Paradise permanently to concentrate on their own work. 781b155fdc