Dedstrange, the new label run by A Place to Bury Strangers’ Oliver Ackermann, has been putting out some fantastic music since its inception less than a year ago, from the frenetic psych-punk of Berliners Jealous to the electronic noise assualt of New Zealand’s Data Animal, and of course APtBS’s own expansive post-rock sonic skyscrapers.
This week sees the introduction of another fantastic addition to their roster, in the form of German art-punks Plattenbau, whose new track ‘Hollywood’ is the latest release on the label. Formed in 2011 in the basement of the former Stasi HQ in East Berlin, they straddle the bountiful canyon between noise and pop with motorik beats and nerve-shredding synths. We’re delighted to bring you a first look at the track’s video on Joyzine today.
‘Hollywood’ is out now on Dedstrange – pre-order the album Shape / Shifting via Bandcamp.
Article by Paul Maps