Can't express how much I love Call Super's music. There's everything I need: that tiny hint of tribalism, unreal textures and the kraut-like loopy character of real "trance" music.
Favorite track: Meltintu.
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works with literally every song in tempo, can be EQ'd to fit into literally everything in the same tempo. I tried it and it's a great crossover track between genres. You can double down on the "weird, swap to basically anything. It's an insanely good track for a pocket track to go to if the first one doesn't work out and so on. SB
supported by 20 fans who also own “Migrant / Meltintu”
A collaborative work shines brightest when its stars align, blend, and stand out on their own. The sharpest ears will hear elements of each artist at different times. That rush of air sound on "Inkjet" sounds very much like Beatrice Dillon. While Call Super's signature tones make an appearance on "Fluo" at 1:45 and beyond. The clarinet playing on "Fluo" must be Call Super's father, whose work can be heard on Call Super's stellar album "Arpo." Shout out to Hessle for the unrivaled consistency. Edward