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Call Super is the primary moniker of Joseph Richmond Seaton, a DJ and musician from London who has carved out his own place in the landscape of electronic music. Defined by a meticulous approach to the composition, production, art direction and presentation of his work, every release encapsulates Joseph's idiosyncratic vision. It is a colourful world that gives life to the shadows and throws a mist over the boundaries that have become so commonplace in electronic music - here we have three fantastic slabs of wax with either Joe's own artwork or his father David Seaton.
013 | Black Octagons
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041 | Migrant
Call Super here produces two melancholic, uniquely textured techno drivers. 'Depicta' turns out a tuffened 4/4 groove rent with finely layered harmonics and bristling with atomised electronic structures bound to sound amazing on a big rig. 'Acephale II' is a shade deeper, riding clipped, muffled kicks and fizzing percussion into blue, atmospheric synth zones recalling '90s classics from The Connection Machine or early PAS and The Black Dog.
068 | New Life Tones
Beautifully mercurial ambient house anomalies from Call Super.
Puppet Scene is a perfectly pensile piece of ambient dub, plumbing heavy subs into a melting ecology of glassy flutters and wistful arpeggios ripped right out of some ‘90s raver’s lushest chill out room reverie. If that one leaves you floating, then New life Repercussions gently brings us back to earth for a dance with murmuring tribal percussions offset by an morphing sound sphere of harmonic thizz and sighing flora.