Playing live breakbeat, jungle, drum’n’bass, as well as other electronic designs, Plexus emerged together in NEW YORK in 1999. Though various other bands (like the Disco Biscuits, the brand new Deal, Audio Tribe Sector 9, and Lake Trout) had been also contemporaneously starting to assimilate digital approaches to their music, few had been carrying it out with as hard and uncompromising advantage as Plexus. The instrumental trio — made up of guitarist Allen Towbin, drummer Tobias Ralph, and bassist Ernie Adventoivich — quickly present a Wednesday evening residency at Manhattan’s Izzy Club, and soon had been playing other NEW YORK venues (such as for example Wetlands, where they came across other groups tinkering with live digital fusion). Shortly, the music group was touring along the East Coastline, taking up regular residencies in Boston, Baltimore, and New Haven. In past due 2001, the music group documented their self-titled debut, that was released in early 2002 by Mom West Information. It highlighted eight primary compositions, including a remix by Frank Heiss along with a cooperation with New Britain Conservatory professor Went Blake.