BLACK PLASTIC UNVEIL VIDEOS FOR ‘SAVAGE’ AND ‘CHARCOAL’

BLACK PLASTIC UNVEIL VIDEOS FOR ‘SAVAGE’ AND ‘CHARCOAL’

American electronic duo Black Plastic released two powerful groove filled new tracks earlier in the week that blend a classic punk snarl with the darkwave synth sounds of the 80s. ‘Savage’, with its siren melodies and slow pulsating arpeggio sees Kevin Grady round on the fuckwit in the White House and the self defeating 24 hour news cycle that surrounds him while the eminently danceable ‘Charcoal’ with its blippy trancy synth focuses on Grady’s reaction to the death of David Bowie. Andre Obin’s production work is stellar.

Taken together though savage + charcoal conjure up the image of the conservative Right addicted to slashing society and burning and destroying the planet one neoliberal move at a time. Watch the Tom Kinstle & Dave Cullen directed video for ‘Savage’ and the Filmsupply effort with Cullen and Grady editing below. Both singles are available digitally here and will be released on vinyl later this month

 

29. Savage

Black Plastic (USA)

From the double A sided single ‘Savage And Charcoal, Cleopatra Records.

Audio Stream

Official Video


 

29. Charcoal

Black Plastic (USA)

From the double a sided single ‘Savage And Charcoal, Cleopatra Records.

Audio Stream


Official Video