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The Opiates - Anatomy of a Plastic Girl

The Opiates

Anatomy of a Plastic Girl

Opiates Records

Released: 3rd March 2008 | 8 track electropop album
The Opiates started with the intention of being an ambient project. Bored, they soon said: f…ck this, and wrote the kind of songs that moved them in cerebral as well as booty shaking ways. The Opiates are Robert Solheim and Billie Ray Martin. Their music explores paths pioneered by the Chicago house and Detroit techno heroes, not least Electribe 101, with the aim of taking things forward a step in history. Although Kraftwerk and Yazoo have been mentioned as influences, their very unique brand of electronic music is as much Carpenters as it is cutting-edge electro, with a nod to current minimal influences. The Opiates are radical because they do not shy away from the rare match of songwriting and cutting-edge beats and bleeps. The Opiates will perform their first gig @ Rough Trade record store in Brick Lane in London on March 3rd 2008. For the event, there will be a full digital release plus a limited edition 10 vinyl release of the four track EP entitled ANATOMY OF A PLASTIC GIRL (EP). The release will be distributed by Kudos and will be available in all good shops worldwide as well as on i-Tunes and other good download sites.