Plastiq Phantom

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Plastiq Phantom
Origin Vostok, Antarctica
Genres Electronic music
Years active 1999–present
Labels Imputor?
Neverstop
Associated acts Psychic Emperor
Vells
Calculator Man & Hangar
American Sheriff [1]
Website wiener.us
Members Darrin Wiener[2]

Plastiq Phantom is the musical alias of Darrin Wiener who records music ranging a wide variety of genres.[3] Plastiq Phantom first began releasing music in 1999 [4] with the self-released CD-R Select Imputor? EP, which became the impetus for the formation of his own record label imputor?.

His debut full-length Enjoy The Art Of Lying Down was released in 2001 on the Seattle label Neverstop. His self-titled second album was released October 19, 2004 by the imputor? label.

In addition to his own releases, Plastiq Phantom has been credited with production of many other acts including Vells,[5] Psychic Emperor, Calculator Man & Hangar, Pleaseeasaur, and DJs On Strike!.[6]

In 2004 Plastiq Phantom contributed music to the film Moog, about synthesizer guru Robert Moog.[7]

In 2006, qp collaborated with comedy act Pleaseeasaur under the name American Sheriff. Their debut release Long Arm of the Law was released by imputor? Records.

Wiener worked with Modest Mouse on their record Strangers to Ourselves contributing modular synthesizer, 303 Programming, Audio engineer, and sound design [8]

Discography[edit]

As Plastiq Phantom[edit]

  • Select Imputor? EP (1999, imputor?)
  • Enjoy The Art Of Lying Down (2001, neverstop)
  • Split Pink 7" (2002, imputor?)
  • 492 Cups To China 12" (2003, imputor?)
  • Plastiq Phantom (2004, imputor?)
  • Moog Original Soundtrack (2004, Hollywood Records)
  • Tubes 12" (2006, imputor?)
  • yanpaintswallsoranger" (2011, imputor?)
  • Two Theremins (2012, imputor?)

Collaborations[edit]

Production, Technical & Musician Credits[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]