Outspoken: Uttered or expressed with frankness or without reserve.
Being asked to describe his own music, Christian Löffler states that he tries to combine melancholy with euphoria. All my music is connected by a gloomy spirit, which is minted by a warm sincerity. I try to merge all kinds of different acoustic colors to obtain this feeling in my music.Löffler started to play music by the age of 14. Living in a secluded region, lacking a musical surrounding, he had to teach himself the essentials of making electronic music. Before long he developed his own deep and moving sound, colored with a melancholic undertone- Music for the soul & for the body. He recalls a variety of music styles he listened to as a child and teenager that were highly influential to his own development as a musician. Due to the fact that Löffler is also working as a visual artist, he’s following the same approach when making music that he’s following when painting or taking photos. It is more about telling a story than making everything accessible right from the start.
Plastic Love began in the summer of 2010 through collaboration between friends Bas Elgharib and Jimmy Maheras. Based in Los Angeles and taking creative inspiration from both East and West coast roots, Plastic Love brings you the finest in disco, house, techno, acid and everything in between. Together Bas and Jimmy have been able to express their unique sound with residencies in some of LA’s most iconic clubs (none other than Avalon, The illustrious downtown Standard Rooftop, The Vanguard, and Basic). The duo also showcases an eclectic mix of local and global artists through their own series of weekly radio shows and accompanying podcasts, Plastic Love Radio.
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