Plasticine is Patscan's debut release on rednetic. Though his music is most strongly influenced by mid-nineties British IDM, techno has also been a major inspiration, particulaly in his live sets. He likes to experiment with shuffling rhythms and sharp reverberated clangs, and from the dubbed-out darkness he can often be found plucking the heartstrings with a rich melancholy melody.
"Rounding up electrified electro, voluptuous atmospheric electronica and classic techno, Plasticine is a rather strong and elegant offering"
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"beautifully intricate breakbeat contortion worthy of Mike Paradinas"
"more intriguing moments than many similarly focused full-length releases."
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"An excellent release from Zainetica's Rednetic imprint. Patscan delivers a 6-track mini album that's absolutely packed full of purist electronica quality."
" a great blend of funkiness and crunch combined with machine soul"
"Lovely purist electronica vibes all round then and a another winner from Rednetic."
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