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Cherry Drops: Part Two
Cat: FEELYRFEET. Rel: 22 Oct 21
  1. Tree Song (9:46)
  2. Bodiesinheaven (II) (10:01)
Review: Call Super is a real scene darling. A producer who often pushes the boundaries and a dexterous DJ who knows how to break the rules and go their own way. Real name Joseph Richmond Seaton, here he is adventurous as ever on the third release from can you feel the sun, a label he co-founded with London-based DJ and producer Parris. 'Tree Song' is luscious techno with ambient sound designs, jazz keys and lithe drum work. It's a ten-minute opus that never loses your attention and then 'Bodiesinheaven' on the flip side is just as long, but builds more slowly and horizontally. It is the sound of a new dan, with new-age references and crystal clear sci-fi motifs colouring the leggy post-rave comedown.
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Cherry Drops: Part One
Cat: FEEL YRHEAD. Rel: 08 Oct 21
  1. Eye Flow Wide (5:28)
  2. Bodiesinheaven (I) (7:39)
  3. Cherry Drops (7:46)
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Design Of The Body Sublime
Cat: SUNONYRLEGS. Rel: 16 Dec 20
Deep House
  1. Design Of A Body Sublime (feat Fox) (6:08)
  2. Design Of An Eye Sublime (feat Fox) (5:52)
  3. Design Of A Lost Sublime (8:07)
Review: Given that both Call Super and Parris have fine track records and have successfully developed their own unique, off-kilter trademarks sounds, you'd expect this first collaborative EP to not only be very good, but also sidestep rhythmic and stylistic conventions. The suite of tracks certainly ticks those boxes, with opener 'Design of a Body Sublime', the first of two tracks featuring vocalist Fox, somehow managing to brilliant fuse elements of broken techno, vintage US garage, Afro-house and UK bass. The track's New Jersey garage influences come further to the fore on the similarly rhythmically off-kilter 'Design of an Eye Sublime', while closing cut 'Design of a Lost Sublime' is a more glitchy, tech-house influenced number rich in curious instrumental samples, 4/4 techno drums and wayward electronic sounds.
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