Watch the video for our new song "In The Darkest Night" (created by Hugo of Psyche Coaster) below:
Plasticstatic is Keisha and Ryan T. Winn. They are an electronic and textural guitar band influenced by 'pataphysics, surrealism, Belle-Epoque art and absinthe culture, dark wave, shoegaze, and post-punk.
Plasticstatic was started by Ryan in 1997. In 2012, Keisha joined. The Anchors EP was released that year on the 26th anniversary of the passing of Brion Gysin. It features the song "Flickering", which was inspired by Gysin's art and life. The EP was expanded with a bonus track, and released on cassette later that year by A Thousand Steps Records.
The newest album, Retreat, was released on September 4, 2014 as a 12-track free download and an art edition 26-track double album with bonus DVD. This album is a culmination of all the sounds into which Plasticstatic has delved over the years, while providing a leaping-off point into newer, experimental areas.
Also released in 2014 was a collaboration with Sana Obruent, titled Sonitus De Cooperatione, and a remix of the the Golden Gardens track "I'll Burn Alone", which was included on their limited edition Bellflower DVD.
At the start of 2016, a cover of Echo and the Bunnymen's "The Disease" was released as a part of Gods Will Be Gods: A Reverence to the Bunnymen, a compilation put out by The Blog That Celebrates Itself Records. On August 1 of that year, a cover of The Cure's "The Big Hand" was released as a part of The Cure In Other Voices compilation by the same label.
Ryan and Keisha are currently writing and recording the follow-up to Retreat. Their new material is moving deeper into electronic territory, with guitars playing a supporting role. The first fruits of these sessions were released as Both Sides of the Moon on November 6, 2016.