PLASTIC

PLASTIC is a band as well as a production duo who has been sending their own musical message for many years. They perform live with a five-piece band. They send a positive and energetic message during their gigs.

Plastic formed: Agnieszka Burcan (vocal, keyboards, programming, music producer, graduate of Jazz and Popular Music Faculty in musical composition and arrangement at the Music Academy in Katowice. She’s a composer of each Plastic song.)

and Paweł Radziszewski (guitars, bass guitar, programming, sound engineer, music producer).

 

Their music is a truly eclectic kind of alternative dance pop. Plastic’s style brings together acoustic and electronic sounds, both contemporary and vintage.

 

Plastic formed in 2003 and has released 3 albums and one EP:

 

 „Plastic” 2006 – Their debut album was nominated to the Polish music industry awards ‘Fryderyki’ in two categories: Album of The Year – Club Music & New Face of Phonography. The video clip to their single Superstar won a special award during Yach Film Festival.

 

 „P.O.P.” 2009 – The band experimented with new and surprising sound, shifting away from their traditional style. Guest musicians on P.O.P album included the eccentric keyboard player Eddie Stevens (Moloko, Rosin Murphy, Zero 7, Freak Power, Sia), as well as a string quartet, wind instruments section and many others. “Lazy Day” song won Plastic the Grand Prix during Pepsi Vena Music Festival beating over 700 bands from around the world. The bonus track on the second record was a Dire Straits “Money For Nothing” cover.

 

„Living In The iWorld” 2013 – This is a very diverse album with a very rich stylistic range. From dance, electronic and club music roots through film soundtrack inspiration to rockabilly and recently discovered by Plastic electrocountry. The singles on this album include: „Long Way Home” - With a mysterious and surprising video directed by Roman Przylipiak. „Tak Cię Kocham” / „Love U”- Supported by the video in the increasingly popular found footage style courtesy of the multimedia duo Kissinger Twins.

 

„I Want U” 2014released as an EP together with 9 thrilling remixes by independent young bands and DJs (Xxanaxx, Rubber Dots, The Dumplings, The And, Mathplanete, No Drama, Bee Hunter, Moist and PaleSkinnySwede.)

 

Dawid Krępski - one of the most interesting and expressive visual creators of the young generation is behind Plastic’s I Want U video, which refers in its style to classic animations from the end of last century.

 

“Living in the iWorld” not only exists in a plastic CD box but also lives in the iWorld. Go to www.plasticspace.com/galeria to visit the virtual exhibition by Agata Kus with members of Plastic being the focal point of the installation.

 

Songs by Plastic are included on many famous compilations and the band played at various music festivals in Poland: Coke Live Music Festival, Nokia Trends Lab, Free Form Festival, Keep The Moment final, Orange Warsaw Festival, Levi’s Music Tour.

Plastic was a supporting act before Roisin Murphy, MGMT and Calvin Harris. The band has also performed during various radio and TV shows. In 2008 Plastic had their adventure with Eurovision and took 3rd place in the national pre-selection, which gained a lot of new fans for the band.

 

Plastic doesn’t forget its clubbing roots. In their free time, they work on remixes for other artists. Their latest remixes include the official Polish remix of the hits such as “Pumped Up Kicks” by Foster the People, „Miracle” by British duo Hurts as well as the remix of „Miłość! Uwaga! Ratunku! Pomocy!” song by one of the most famous Polish bands Hey.

 

When they don’t work on their albums, Plastic writes and produces songs and albums for other artists and creates film soundtracks.