Call Super springs two new tracks on the Houndstooth label. Migrant is a shuffling dancefloor number with a gauze of melancholy synth-texture suspended above it, and Meltinu on the B is much the same. Takes real production talent to balance two different vibes at once, and Super has pulled it off. 12”.
12" on Houndstooth.
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Ooo a Call Super 12”! Ever since Suzi Ecto the world has been tentatively listening to the sounds exuded by Joseph Richmond-Seaton (amazing), and indeed some even earlier. His production style is so luscious and forward thinking that these little 12 inchers between the debut LP and the next are more than enough.
Side A is a slice of detailed, hyperreal house with production delights abound, too numerous to mention but in equal parts dubby, creature-like and electroacoustic. The melodic clinks of things like xylophones glisten and shine, giving way to wood blocks and other perc that sometimes thumps and sometimes clangs. A good midpoint between classic (dat bass) and modern house. Similar stories unwind at a slower pace on the B side, a steady house groove that’d please the likes of John Talabot forming the bed for a blissful swarm of arp notes.
It twinkles and occasionally rasps, the boy not able to resist the urge to slop some soft, grainy noise bursts over the top. Who does this remind me of? Bass Clef?? Probably just other Call Super.
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