Plastic Inevitable is Marty Procaccio (aka Blankets) and Sneekie San Salvador. The precipice album was born out of the copulation between misfortune and contemplation. Misfortune remains not to be spoken of, but contemplation was focused on a live set. Noa had recently been accepted to US Davis and was to be moving on from the band. Plastic Inevitable therefore decided to encourage its hip hop instincts to allow Sneekie to take the vocal lead while still highlighting Marty’s psychedelic guitar and bass work. What was to emerge was a fluid fusion of psychedelic garage rock and some straight up hip hop. 3 additional songs, including “Liberation Rock,” were slated to be included in a funky hip hop long player version of the Precipice, but Marty and Sneekie needed a break, not from each other, but from then current life circumstances and the LP was never to take form. The Precipice EP was partially recorded in Marty's bedroom studio and Sneekie San Salvador’s newly transformed bachelor pad between 2010 and 2012. Marty and Sneekie San Salvador continued to record their psychedelic sounds using GarageBand and a bunch of mics and pedals.
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released 06 June 2014
Marty Procaccio: Guitars, Bass, Pedals
Sneekie San Salvador: Production, Percussion, Samples, Vocals
Mastered by Ryan Leip at Russian Winter Records