Plaster‘s “Transition” is one original, noisy bastard that deals out head-nodding rising’n’falling patterns of electronic squall which bubble up from its depths like rumbling ill-defined threat. It’s cataclysmic music, dark, but within its buzzing tones and clattering, there’s much going on, some of it even melodic. Plaster was once a duo but, since 2015, has been Italian producer Giancarlo Moniri. On Transition he’s located his very own sound, not fitting to the template of any of his industrial or electro predecessors or, indeed, his own back catalogue, but taking a reverberating trip into apocalyptic sonic cloudlands. It’s potent stuff.