Joseph Seaton, better known as Call Super is an artist of quixotic talent. Pushing boundaries across the wide-ranging scope of techno, Call Super has gained recognition for crafting a broad yet intense back catalogue of productions.
Originating from London, the producer and DJ found himself a part of the city’s techno scene at the age of 14. Sneaking into clubs and raves whenever he could, he received schooling in heavier, deeper sounds from a young age. It’s these experiences that are likely to have shaped the future for him as he’s developed and nurtured his own sound.
Call Super initially started as a double act project in collaboration with Matt Waites. With a couple of releases in 2011 and 2012, the duo began making a name for themselves, however it wasn’t until Seaton went solo in 2013 that his work really began to flourish, gaining him a growing a reputation. Maybe not so co-incidentally, 2013 was the year his breakthrough 12” record ‘The Present Tense’ was released through Houndstooth, at the time a newly established label from fabric. This was the launching point for Seaton as he followed up with two highly regarded releases before dropping his debut album ‘Suzi Ecto’, which has been widely regarded as one of the standout electronic LP’s in recent years attaining notable support from artists like Special Request and Marquis Hawkes. Pitchfork described the album as "the most evocative sound world that the genre has seen this year”.
With a stunning ability to craft hypnotic, intense sets with musical breadth, Call Super has travelled the world, winning himself a travelling residency of extended sets alongside Objekt. He’s also been called to showcase his talent with mixes for Berlin Community Radio, Fact, Resident Advisor and Dekmantel.
You can catch Call Super performing at Patterns on October 29th .