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Matt Pleztrom releases ‘Spoor of the Hidden’ on Street Ritual. Led by mysteriously dark glitch-hop, hard hitting bass, intricate patterns, drum & bass, and an overall psychedelic bass approach with intriguing amalgamations and element variety. He captures a chemical response of atmospheres beyond thought through experimental taste, an overall bass extraordinaire. A midtempo vibe is present as vibrant melodies ignite portals through bass-fueled and grimey leads as rhythms present themselves naturally. A crescendo feel illuminates duality, emotive responses, and new-found visions through alluring beats, growling bass, synths, drums, and mixtures of glitch & titillating vocals - a high-beat vibe revealing an imaginative composition of complexity. Resonating vibrations make for a discovery of clarity through a journey from the unknown into the known, from clear to unclear.
Matt Pleztrom is a Paris-based electronic musician. Influenced by many kinds of music but above all, Jazz, Classical Music, Soundtracks, Big Beat, Rock, Metal and Electronica, he reveals experimental fusions. His last creations are deeply inspired by artists like Autechre, Prodigy, Herbie Hancock, Amon Tobin, Richard Devine, and many other. His sound reveals a dive into unbounded soundscapes, inner fights between scary and soft emotions, between noisy broken ideas, and tender fragility. The story has begun in 1991, with an old Atari STE, and the software Protracker. Step by step, Matt has built a special sound universe, with harmonies, dark atmospheres, and noises. Now, he uses Logic, with a lot of virtual synths, plugins and little machines, so as to create sounds everywhere, outside his homestudio.
Matt Pleztrom is a Paris-based electronic musician. He is influenced by many kinds of music. His most recent creations are
deeply inspired by artists like Autechre, Prodigy, Herbie Hancock, Amon Tobin, Richard Devine, and many others… His music is an immersion into unbounded soundscapes, inner struggles between scary and soft emotions, between noisy, broken ideas and tender fragility....more