Owner of one of those names that you’re going to struggle to pronounce when you tell people about it in the real world, Plyci seems to have bypassed the part of your career where you have to vigorously attract a fanbase and gone straight for recruiting the nation’s most influential tastemakers. Of the BBC set, Bethan Elfyn and Tom Robinson have already been seduced, with Huw Stephens impressed enough to get the Nottingham based artist to do a live session. Maybe this stuff is already being pumped out on radio 24/7 – judging by the paltry 44 listeners on last.fm, that’s probably not the case, but it’s interesting to say the least. Shocking neon electro and introverted experimental musings mark the two sides of the coin that just about manage to translate into a set of coherent pieces. From the name alone, it’s not difficult to guess which side ‘Slut’ falls under, in you face, a sort of muted aggression playing it’s part in what sounds like a bedroom producer desperately trying to make a club banger.