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1 review »This is the work of JR Seaton aka Call Super (Houndstooth, Five Easy Pieces, Throne of Blood etc.) I’ve been meaning to check out those Call Super 12”s for a while but still not got around to it so I can’t tell you if this particular alias shares common ground with his productions under that name but I can tell you these are pretty good straight up club tracks. ‘Coup D'&Eac ... »

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Coup D' État by Ondo Fudd
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 17 February 2014

This is the work of JR Seaton aka Call Super (Houndstooth, Five Easy Pieces, Throne of Blood etc.) I’ve been meaning to check out those Call Super 12”s for a while but still not got around to it so I can’t tell you if this particular alias shares common ground with his productions under that name but I can tell you these are pretty good straight up club tracks. ‘Coup D'État’ is all chunky, heavy house drums and melodic bleeps the sum of which is one funky infectious dirty and deep house/ techno groove.

‘Harbour’ is some fine spaced out almost dubby Detroit-ish electro. ‘There Will Be a Time’ brings some of the weirder style we’ve come to expect from The Trilogy Tapes with a sort of boingy springy bass groove and harsh metallic percussion and plenty of bleepy action especially in the dreamy breakdown. Sounds like a really fucked up Detroit/ Transmat record or perhaps something by Orlando Voorn back in the day.


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