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Contact From Deep Space
Having contributed with the track "Cubichord" for the latest Crazy Language compilation, alongside a trippy video interpretation for it by Lasal, the italian duo Plaster unleash their brand new EP on the Berlin based netlabel, entitled "Soyuz".
Releasing works on labels such as Kvitnu, Brainstormlab and an upcoming collaboration with Stroboscopic Artefacts for the Stellate series, the duo’s characteristics, familiar to their strong fan base, are all here: the cold and rhythmically millimetric placed beats, supporting the always present, spacious and surprising electronic melodies, leaving yet room for dub influenced sonic scapes to emerge.
Complementing this mechanical dub beast are remixes from the label’s own “Crazies” frequent collaborators: Atmogat’s downtempo interpretation of 7k-Lok, Rec_Overflow’s abstract deconstruction of Radon and Datacrashrobot’s glitchified electro bursts of Xenas. (F.G.)
supported by 13 fans who also own “cl-042 | Soyuz EP”
Somewhere in the belly of this thing there's Berlin-school electronic and space music, and all through its limbs are timbres and textures of dark '80s synth; there is the hypnotic pulse of Clock DVA's '90s albums, and the grandness and shimmering bleak of FSOL's Dead Cities — but this is a new beast, in a beautiful new skin. This album is a completely contemporary sonic descendant of so many of my favourite sounds of the past 40 years in electronic music. What a great, great record. Adam Moore
supported by 11 fans who also own “cl-042 | Soyuz EP”
Soothing album that will make love to your ears. Fun fact: the synths in dawn are entirely made out of randall's affordable audio damage basic synth which i bought the moment i found out;) Oskar Lindberg