New collaborative project Koto Kill has premiered new single ‘Riot at 45′ via Dystopian Disco. The new single ‘Riot at 45’ follows the previously released track ‘Vagabonds’ which featured Tokyo Taboo’s vocalist Dolly Daggerz. Also featured on ‘Riot at 45′ are Plastique former members, Ralls (production) and Anelize Kunz (bass). The alternative electro-trio Plastique consisted of Ralls (production) and Anelize Kunz (bass) as well as vocals by Beatrice Bonnano. Plastique, released two albums (“Plastique” and “#SocialScar”), as well as several singles and videos, receiving support from notable stations BBC Radio 6’s Tom Robinson, Music Week and Stereoboard.
Now heading Koto Kill, Gabriel Ralls, the London digital producer collaborates with musicians from different bands fusing sounds of industrial rock and dance in keeping with the essence of Plastiques’ unique sound.
Influenced by an array of artists such as Massive Attack, St Vincent, Goldfrapp, Michael Jackson, Garbage, Deftones, Autechre, Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails, Ralls uses his musical knowledge and musical history to capture a retro feel on ‘Riot at 45.’
Speaking of the single Koto Kill producer says ‘Riot at 45′ is about a heist-turned-party at a record store. It was inspired by The Prodigy, but after collaborating with Mo Stellato on the guitars, we also ended up taking certain Tool influences for good measure. We wanted something that evoked a 90s Marilyn Manson sexy coolness.”