The Plastic Day – 30 Seconds Between the Dreamer and the Realist Review

the plastic dayThe Plastic Day is an unexpected member of the Korean music scene. With this release, 30 Seconds Between the Dreamer and the Realist, I found myself amazed at the technical abilities of The Plastic Day and the decision to play post-rock and what almost bordered on math rock.

Each song is a combination of rock, punk, and noise rock; but the great thing about the album is that it doesn’t sound repetitive. The audio theme is very dirty, with the band taking time of fully realize the melodies and rhythms, even when those two things might not be entirely melodic.

This album is one that Korean rock fans or rock fans in general need to listen to. With influences all over the musical landscape, The Plastic Day could show the world that Korean music is something that should be watched.

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