Plaster is the alter-ego of Italian experimental electronic musician Gianclaudio Hashem Moniri. Formerly a duo, this is the second album Plaster has released as a solo artist. The music here is underscored by a constant, throbbing electronic drone. It pulses up from silence, dominates the musical landscape, then leaves several frightening minutes later for each track. The music is entirely instrumental, adding in hypnotic post-rock, industrial and noise landscapes. The music is also very minimalist, sticking on a repeating line of music and continuing it as long as it need to be repeated. The album feels like a soundtrack to some science fiction movie, with cameras moving over cold, monolithic buildings, out to ruined factories on the outskirts of the city, where people scrabble to survive in an indifferent world. Evocative and challenging, this is fantastic minimalist electronics.