I am a multi-instrumentalist and music producer. Since 2011 I have been recording music under my moniker 'Plastic Flowers'. I am usually backed by a live band; for several releases I worked extensively with string quartets.

During high school I taught myself how to play the piano, guitar and drums, and while in college, I started releasing my first material. My debut vinyl release came out in December 2012 by Manic Pop Records and was called ‘Aftermath’. It was a mini EP recorded in its entirety on a TASCAM 414 four-track.

After a number of EPs and singles, my debut album ‘Evergreen’ was released in March 2014 via Inner Ear Records in Europe, and Crash Symbols in USA. Two more albums followed:  ‘Heavenly’ in April 2016 and ‘Absent Forever’ in November 2017 -- both released via The Native Sound with worldwide vinyl distribution through Warner/ADA. The rest of my material is available on Spotify or Soundcloud.

I have toured Europe and USA several times, and also shared the stage with numerous artists such as Bonobo, Paul Kalkbrenner, Nina Kraviz, Still Corners, A.R Kane and others. In 2013, I became the first Greek artist to participate at SXSW in Austin, TX. I have also performed live at the Royal Academy of Arts, Athens Concert Hall & Stavros Niarchos Foundation.

For several years I was accompanied by two close friends of mine, Angelos Paschalidis and Tim Charisis, who backed my project and toured with me regularly. Heavenly marked the beginning of a new phase for Plastic Flowers as it was recorded exclusively by me at my home studio in London.

The rhythmic driving power behind my recordings lies in the counterpoint between an elaborate mixture of pumping acoustic beats and heavy synthesizers. My nostalgia for analog warmth and bedroom aesthetics can be heard throughout my songs as I home-record and produce most of my material.

On Absent Forever I attempted to adopt a heavier guitar sound and experiment with drum recordings’ randomisation on MAX/MSP, which was a challenging task. I never toured for this album, however, several of the songs will most probably feature in future setlists. Originally, I planned to make this my farewell record, but after its completion I started working on new material right away.

I am now recording my new album, due out in late 2020. Its working title is ‘Abandoned Palace/Land of Tomorrow’.

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