Plutonic Lab & Miloux Seek Refuge On ‘All Mine’

As he gears up to release his forthcoming EP, Australian producer Plutonic Lab gifts fans with another taste of the new project. “All Mine” follows his previous collaboration "Enemy" with Detroit rapper/producer Black Milk and takes a timely turn from the politically-charged lead single. This latest effort features Auckland songstress Miloux and captures both the freedom and restrictive energy brought on by the global pandemic. While artists are free to explore new creative territories, in most places, travel bans and social-distancing have brought live performances to a screeching halt. As Plutonic Lab puts it, “'All Mine' is getting out of your comfort zone, but there’s nowhere to go.”

Though they were lucky to have recorded the track during a session at Plutonic Lab’s home studio prior to the pandemic, months of lockdown in Melbourne would soon follow. The accompanying self-directed visual depicts the song’s sentiment and all that was going on at the time with subtle signs and imagery. In between shots of Miloux alone, eyeing her reflection in her bedroom window, monochrome captures of empty streets and abandoned parks provide the stark reminder. Still, there is a bright side to the somewhat gloomy visual, as we’re given glimpses of musicians in-studio with masks in tow, reminding us that the beat does indeed go on.

Listen to and watch Plutonic Lab’s “All Mine” video featuring Miloux, and be sure to add the track to your collection from your preferred digital platform. Keep an eye out for his upcoming EP, The New Ruins, which is slated to drop early this year.

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