Joseph Morton :: Split EP ([d]-tached)

Synths, machine drums and lucid robotics reminiscent of early Global Goon and μ-Ziq keeps the abstract yet tangible elements of Morton’s musical tools sharp and on point.

Joseph Morton brings it on with a six-pack EP of glitch-infused electronics broken up by acidic undertones, classical melodies and an affinity towards angular electro, bass and strands of upbeat rhythms. Brought to fruition via Bovaflux’s [d]-tached UK-imprint—the Split EP is a perfectly executed window into globular clusters of IDM from a decade ago. This is not to say that these tracks are aged, instead, they represent a new angle complimenting the past and pushing straight ahead. Synths, machine drums and lucid robotics reminiscent of early Global Goon and μ-Ziq keeps the abstract yet tangible elements of Morton’s musical tools sharp and on point. Brisk, direct, coherent and packed with polyrhythmic electro and tantalizing bass lines, Joseph Morton creates an inspiring musical product that will hopefully yield the next phase of sonic creativity.

Split is available on [d]-tached. [Release page]

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