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Out now “I Hate Cheese”: the lo-fi in high fidelity

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Out now “I Hate Cheese”: the lo-fi in high fidelity

On March 7, 2016 comes out in the best digital stores “I Hate Cheese” the first Supa Plastic ‘s Ep on Bitika Records.

Supa Plastic born as a simple project, unpretentious, just for fun …

Alberto starts to work at his tracks after a past as a punk guitarist and, a little naively, decides to take the little old school keyboard and tries to make electronic music. The result is inevitably lo-fi and this is its strength!

The peculiarity of Supa Plastic is not in sound research, but the limitation in the use of tools, “the fewer the better …” and when you do not have a heck of tools you have to try to concentrate on the music …

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The Ep “I Hate Cheese” was produced by Simone Fedi and recorded at Studio Volta Recordings (Italy) trying to emphasize these two simple concepts:

Rigorous selection of sounds
Religious imposition to use ONLY the stuff chosen during the production phase.

A drum machine, a synthesizer, one guitar, one amp, and the voice of Alberto. There is nothing else in the Supa Plastic‘ s Ep, all the rest is just music and words.

I Hate Cheese” will be available exclusively on BitikaRecords.com from Friday, January 22, and in the best digital stores since March 7, 2016.

Listen – “I Hate Cheese”



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