Plastic Operator takes cues from Moby and UNKLE

James Moore December 17, 2011 Comments Off on Plastic Operator takes cues from Moby and UNKLE
Plastic Operator takes cues from Moby and UNKLE

Plastic Operator takes cues from Moby and UNKLEWith equal elements pop candy and sonically charged up electronic club bounce, Plastic Operator‘s new single “Making It Right” is catchier than almost anything you’re likely to hear on the radio. Taking cues from artists like Moby and UNKLE, this is electronic music with an indie spirit and some emotion, melody and song writing in the mix. Made up of Mathieu Gendreau (electronics) & Pieter Van Dessel (vocals /electronics), Plastic Operator finds themselves in a perfect situation most bands would dream of. Two audio production experts who know how to a) use technology to their advantage, b) have an appreciation for the element of warmth that some genres of electronic music miss out on, and c) the desire to promote themselves as a collaborative effort.

It looks like Plastic Operator have been rising fast on the international music scene and are now taking to the stage on the festival circuit. Their new album “Before The Day Is Out” is coming in February 2012 so mark your calendars. Until then you can download and enjoy their single “Making It Right” at their official website after previewing it below.

Plastic Operator – Making It Right (Album Mix) – Free Download by Plastic Operator

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Plastic Operator takes cues from Moby and UNKLE

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