Post Tagged with: "Concrete Plastic"

exm :: Modulus (Touched Music)

In all, exm unveils a formidable album of sublime electronics and thankfully doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. Netherlands-based, and Igloo favorite, Jeroen Bax (aka exm) is back again, this time with Modulus for another release on the Music for Macmillan Cancer Support Touched Music imprint. Bax has a knack for creating vast soundscapes, and Modulus delivers […]

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Himuro Yoshiteru :: Balance EP (Acroplane)

Layered electronics that casually hints at an acoustic base. It starts off great, first track “New Balance” is a refreshingly layered electronica track that casually hints at an acoustic base. The track comes alive when the guitar chords come in. The result is a instantly accessible tune. Aching to The Books’ experiments with abstract electronica, […]

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Himuro Yoshiteru :: Jyuryoku EP (Concrete Plastic)

A four track heavy beat banger infused with expressive melodies and moving, yet playful rhythms in Himuro’s signature style. For fan’s of his resent LP, 7th Shapeshifting (Bedroom Research), Jyuryoku delves deeper in the area of drum research. Himuro Yoshiteru releases Jyuryoku for his Concrete Plastic (UK) debut. A four track heavy beat banger infused […]

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Five questions for Concrete Plastic

Concrete Plastic formed on 06/06/06 and was the brainchild of Steve Hyland who had previously founded and co-run Ai Records. With a love of electronic music ranging from acid house and hardcore through techno and electronica, CP was an outlet for the diverse musical, and as importantly design, influences held dear. Igloo Magazine :: When […]

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Iameb 57 :: Delicate Glitch EP (Nueva Forma)

Moving very little soil in these windswept collages, Delicate Glitch adheres to the chilled side of electronics, casually unearthing layer upon layer of sonic bubbles that burst gracefully upon the ears.. [Release page] How much room can there be to stretch within 21 minutes and five selections? Quite a bit if you’re Jimmy Batista. Already queued to release […]

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Enabl.ed :: The Perfect Provider EP (Concrete Plastic)

Although each piece has magnetized layers of digital flux tied to fractured melodic hues, the result is an over-saturated mixture of data-processed beatwork and a mirage of unassuming beauty rattling the soil it stands on. [Listen] The Perfect Provider, a remix EP hand-picked by Jimmy Batista (aka Enabl.ed), highlights skittering electronics and severely disjointed melodies, […]

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