Call Super becomes a Migrant, chooses to only pack his new EP

Call Super becomes a Migrant, chooses to only pack his new EP

As JR Seaton a.k.a. Call Super expounded previously in an interview with us (with a bit of interpretation from yours truly), if only America wasn’t so intent on being stubbornly nonconformist in its cultural resistance to legitimate electronic music, the federal issue of political gridlock would be solved and congressional melodrama concerning the virtues of Planned Parenthood would cease following one specially-called session of… listening, with Lifeforms from FSOL being the chosen aural mitigator. Call Super’s Suzi Ecto would work too, because not only did that album evince the necessary inclusiveness, but it was also ambiguous enough to inspire identity crises among the more weak-minded. Breaking news: the senator that nobody likes and did terrible things for the country left his/her job in order to go “find” him/herself.

Introspective but still vaguely danceable: expect something similar with Call Super’s upcoming Migrant EP, set for release September 25 via regular label affiliate, Houndsooth. Exceptionally, it follows up his Fluenka Mitsu 12-inch released courtesy of Nous earlier this year, and it’ll be a long while until we’re tired. Here’s part of a track off the new one, keeping us between states of consciousness:

Migrant EP tracklisting:

01. Migrant
02. Meltintu

• Call Super:
• Houndstooth:

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