Some Strange Alchemy is available as a free download, and as a 2-disc set that includes the companion album Songs From Thee Static Lodge, plus extras. Like all Plasticstatic albums, Some Strange Alchemy signals a departure from the sounds of the album that preceded it. The album was mastered by Robert Furtkamp.
Songs From Thee Static Lodge is the companion album to Some Strange Alchemy. It is available as a free download, and as the second disc of the Some Strange Alchemy set. It features 20 pieces of music that weren't used for that album, with some tracks utilizing altered (pitch-shifted, time-stretched, and reversed) vocals from Some Strange Alchemy. It is an important part of the story of that album, providing a glimpse of what was not, what almost was, and what could have been. The album was mastered by Robert Furtkamp.
"I Can't Escape Myself" is a cover of the first song on The Sound's debut album Jeopardy. The track was mastered by Robert Furtkamp..
"In The Darkest Night" is a more guitar-centric single version of the Some Strange Alchemy track. It is intended to provide a message of hope in this very dark time. "37.3°N 171.2°W" is a non-album track. Both tracks were mastered by Robert Furtkamp.
"The Big Hand" is a cover of The Cure B-side on the A Letter to Elise EP. The track was mastered by Robert Furtkamp.
"The Disease" is a cover of the Echo and the Bunnymen song from the album Heaven Up Here. The track was mastered by Robert Furtkamp.
Retreat was released as a 12-track free download, and as a three-disc, 27-track art edition with a DVD containing 5 videos from Retreat, with an option to view all with band commentary. The art edition is sold out, but the free 12-track download is still available. The album was mastered by Robert Furtkamp.
Sonitus De Cooperatione is a collaboration with Sana Obruent (a project of Paul Lopez, also of the bands Spell 336 and Angel Falls).
"Away" is the B-side to "Not Still Here", a track from Retreat that was released in advance of the album.
The Anchors EP was the first Plasticstatic release after Keisha Winn joined. The album artwork is by Nina Pratchios.