Plaster (5) ‎– Circular Mechanism EP

SonuoS ‎– S~S003
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP, White

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A Circular Mechanism 7:40
B Circular Mechanism (Substance Remix)
Remix – Substance

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September 24, 2013

Gianclaudio Hashem Moniri & Giuseppe Carlini formed the group Plaster in Rome Italy in 2008 and has released EP’s, albums & been on compilations with their sharp edged sounds, deep beats with some funky syncopations since 2010 on labels such as Kvitnu, Crazy Language, Stroboscopic Artefacts & Touchin’ Bass. And they have already got remixes done of their tracks by Zavoloka, Dadub & Frank Bretschneider to name a few. Both members of Plaster has their own solo careers too, Gianclaudio under the alias Kaeba & Giuseppe his Agan so there’s going to be a lot of music coming from these guy’s in the future.
”Circular Mechanism” starts of with a dark vibe with drip sounding notes flickering in the soundscape just before one of the bass lines kicks in teamed with the bass drum in syncopated perfection and from there on the track builds it’s robotic funk that will work like a charm for any electronica / experimental Dj’s as well as on any dance floor that’s not just serving a simple 4/4 beat to their crowd.
The ”Circular Mechanism (Substance Remix)” is saturated deep in Dub just like you could imagine when Substance has done his magic. Peter Kuschnereit aka Substance has taken Plaster's soundscape, rearranged it to fit his slow pace agenda and turned it into something fitted for the land of nod. So if you like the slower way of life this remix will work like a charm. Peter Kuschnereit is well known on the electronic music scene worldwide through his work as Substance and in the duo Scion with René Löwe aka Vainqueur with releases on the highly acclaimed label Chain Reaction as early as 1995. And as Dj Pete he sure knows how to please any crowd anytime with his fine blend of the proverbial Berlin sound spanning from tougher House to Dubstep verging on Techno.