A Weird State Of Experimental Experience

A Weird State Of Experimental Experience
Kashual Plastik

Format: Vinyl

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Rubadub's Review
Berlin based Kashual Plastik (or Kashual), has quietly ploughed its own furrow over the last few years, with releases by Georgia, Bufiman (Jan Schulte), and a mixtape by DJ Richard, among other delights. The label returns with a new EP, combining industrialised electronics, organic field recordings and drone guitar trips. MM/KM collaborator Matalla (Kann Records) lifts the curtain with a pick-up-sticks tropical percussion episode. Robert Bergman (Bakk Records), proves that industry is not dead yet, with a pulsing factory of sound, turning out objects we had not found the use for, until now. Ernesto González's prolific alias: Bear Bones, Lay Low provides a sci-fi spring reverb excursion into the wrong part of town. Frankfurt's Inkasso, oversees a session of metaphysical kraut-tinged loop therapy. Promoter / DJ and label boss, Herc E Rillen brings the show to a close with his mysterious, psychedelic machine. The sleeves are handcrafted and screen printed, with a sticker and poster, only 200 copies made.
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