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JettBlast Fest 2018 - Six Year Celebration!

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Wow! Six whole years of Jett Plastic. We're celebrating this year with the second annual JettBlast Fest, this upcoming weekend at PJ's Lager House in Corktown (Detroit!). Because we're anticipating a sellout both nights, we highly advise purchasing tickets in advance. With tickets available through our site, you won't be charged any service fees! Full lineup available below, directly below pricing information!FRIDAY TICKET ($10) includes admission to Friday evening's show ONLY. SATURDAY TICKET ($10) includes admission to Saturday evening's show ONLY.WEEKEND TICKET ($18) includes admission to both Friday and Saturday shows.VIP WEEKEND PASS ($48 and limited to thirty) includes admission to both Friday and Saturday shows along with...-Commemorative tote bag-Set...

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Paul Orwell Releases 'Speak Of The Devil' - Watch Video Here!

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Paul Orwell unleashes his freakbeat stylings on the United States with 'SPEAK OF THE DEVIL'

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NEW SINGLES FROM HALA & BROTHER SON - LISTEN HERE!

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Jett Plastic Recordings, as a label that actively supports Detroit area talent, is proud to announce the upcoming release of two singles by some of Detroit's most talented groups - HALA & Brother Son. Both singles are due out June 15th.

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JETT PLASTIC CATALOG FEATURED IN NEW VIDEO GAME

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Tracks by Jett Plastic artists Rocket 455, White Shag and The Britemores are featured in the new best-selling game 'Detroit: Become Human'

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Crystal Drive announces debut LP, out 4/20 via Jett Plastic, Watch 'The Scanner' Video

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"From the pitch wheel bends of 'Only for the Money' to the Gary Numan-esque sweeps and squalls on 'Chemical Children,' Crystal Drive doesn’t just smile and nod to the influences of classic synth pop—he’s created something that sounds less like a nostalgic recreation and more like the real thing." – Mark Deming, REVUE/AllMusic

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