The first country to ban lead in petrol was Japan in 1980. Austria, Canada, Slovakia, Denmark and Sweden followed suit shortly afterwards, and in Germany and the USA the end came for leaded petrol in 1996. Inspired by the discussion about “lead-free”, in the mid-90s the young DJ Dieter Kornherr named himself “Sin Plomo” when he launched his music career in Ibiza.
Many compilations and tracks, a quarter of a century later, he now presents his new album on Plastic City Suburbia. The cover of “Moving Elements” sums up the beautiful chilling work: sun, saxophones, light beats, vocals, waves, beach and bass. The Ibiza feeling in the year 2022 could not be musically staged more aptly.
In 90 minutes of feature length, the album offers a complete summer holiday. From breakfast on the terrace, sunbathing on the beach and the hot party after sunset to chilling out in the sunrise.

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