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2011-11-10 13:13:40 UTC

Plasticstatic is the music project of Ryan T. Winn. It started out as a writing project in 1997, but soon became a full-blown music project within a few years. It has never really belonged to one specific genre, but it is almost always rooted in shoegaze and psychedelia. There is no goal of making money or getting signed. All of Plasticstatic's music is available for free. Reverse is the first full-length album by Plasticstatic. It is meant to be played loud.

Credits

Released 15 July 2011 The album art is by Nina Pratchios. All songs were written, recorded, mixed and mastered by Ryan T. Winn.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lethargic psychedelia sound with a drug(y) type of atmospheres and swirling guitars. Something you might want to check out. More releases can be found on the artist [ BandCamp ]. I haven't had a chance to have a go on the other releases... but that shall happen real soon though. So do expect an update.

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Artist - Plasticstatic Album - Reverse Release Date - 2011 Genre - Psychedelic, Space-rock, Shoegaze Tracklist 1. Song of the Moon 07:40 2. Sea of Dreams 05:48 3. The World Around Us 05:37 4. From Somewhere 07:16 5. The Natural World (Reverse) 04:46 6. For Hidden Thoughts 03:25 7. Are You Still Beside Me? 07:05 8. Song of the Sun 08:23 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Plasticstatic - Reverse -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Neu! | Higamos Hogamos | Thirsting Quench | Cave | Faust -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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