Plastic Anger

by Aeroplastic Voice

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Releases as Aeroplastic Voice 1990 to 1999

This is where I started. The name Aeroplastic Voice came from asking my Father how to synthesize a human voice. He was explaining to me the concept of the mouth forming an aeroplastic reed and that was it. I wanted this music to be a human machine blend.

I was heavily influenced by 80's Alternative Pop (Gary Numan, Japan), EBM Industrial (Front 242, Skinny Puppy) and the emerging Grunge sound (Dinosaur Jr., Pixies).

AV music was generally harsh* yet trying to balance sweet pop with the unpleasantness. As the years went by I found it harder to maintain the rage.

I had interest from several record companies, one even starting to talk about putting together a band with some semi-famous musicians, but things always fell through.

*If you are easily offended, please listen to this album as I'd hate for you to miss out.

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released January 1, 1980

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Benedict Roff-Marsh Brisbane, Australia

I bought my first keyboard in 1988 and set about learning how it worked as I had always loved music. I was working as a sound engineer in a studio and figured that knowing how to program the synths would be a good skill. I ended up making my own music as well as the sounds.

After around 25 years and around three times that many albums this is the music that I make. It is my style.
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