New Year Ninety 2015 – 50 to 41

With more musicians from around the globe – in this section six countries are represented.

New Year Ninety 2015 - 50 to 41

New Year Ninety 

The New Year Ninety 50 to 41.

50. Kiwi Time (USA)

It’s Kiwi Time – EP – Kiwi Time is available on iTunes.*

49. Mechanimal (Greece)

48. The Orange Strips (Croatia)

47. Plastique (England)

#SocialScar – Plastique is available on iTunes.*

46. The Love Barons (England)

45. Victoria Moralez (Sweden)

Justify Your Lies – Single – Victoria Moralez is available on iTunes.*

44. KynchinLay (England)

43. Broad & Narrow (Canada)

We Saw This Coming – Broad & Narrow is available on iTunes.*

42. Blood Sport (England)

41. Wolf Hut (USA)

Forest Floors – Single – Wolf Hut is available on iTunes.*

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Band of the Month – December 2013 – Editors Choice

2013 draws to a close and I wish you all the best for 2014.

Plastique -  band of the month December 2013 editors choice

Plastique – band of the month December 2013 editors choice

Plastique from England is the editors choice for band of the month for December 2013. Taken from their recent release – #SocialScarUnder My Skin (My Favourite Sin).

#SocialScar – Plastique is available on iTunes*.

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Plastique

Plastique based in London (England) is the electro-rock trio of Anelise Kunz (Vocals), Fabio Couto (Guitars), and Gabriel Ralls (electronics).

Plastique - electro-rock from England

Plastique

Darker vestiges of purple splash across the ears as the electronica swirls around the instrumentation giving the music a Mariana Trench of depth and Plastique make the most of these sonorous spaces with luscious textures and electrifying bass. There is something of an S&M dungeon to the sound, not so much music to ‘make love to’, rather to experiment with and Plastique will lead you to calling out the safe word at some point.

Perhaps it is the combination of two Latin and one English temperament that enables the trio to deliver such evocative compositions, which travel wickedly around the brain; whatever it may be, just anticipate a ride into ecstasy. Plastique play with tempos and effects, whilst ever retaining an unmistakeable sound that draws in the listener.

A fairly recent twelve track LP #SocialScar should see Plastique gaining more progressive and relevant venues than the standard circuit they have predominately been playing thus far and I wish them every success for 2014.

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#SocialScar – Plastique is available on iTunes*

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