Call Super 'Fabric 92' (Fabric)
It’s easy to forget that, 15 years ago, John Peel curated an early Fabriclive album. But Joe Seaton hasn’t. Seaton, as Call Super, invokes Peel’s memory on ‘Fabric 92’ – if not in sound, then in the personal nature and spirit that percolates throughout. Call Super’s trademark itchy techno dominates the first half of the mix, but it then alights on d’n’b, electro boogie, experimental/ambient, roots reggae and even delta blues. The galloping, fidgety groove of Objekt’s ‘The Stitch-Up’ is a highlight, as is Shanti Celeste’s euphoric ‘Strung Up’. It also shines a light on artists such as Yves Tumor, whose ‘The Feeling When You Walk Away’ mixes up classic r’n’b, psychedelic pop and soul. Stephen Worthy
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