Call Super first emerged in 2013 with the unveiling of "The Present Tense". Now he has established himself in music, after returning in 2017 with "Arpo". He will be heading out on tour soon, with shows in Manchester, Edinburgh and London.
4 hours of Call Super. The White Hotel. Sat 27th July. Joe Seaton, aka Call Super, is a producer and DJ we have admired since he first leapt onto the scene in the earlier part of this decade. Now a firm staple of the underground and a real crowd favourite, it’s with utmost pleasure that we can announce Call Super as the guest for our next White Hotel party. As a producer Joe has blessed us with a couple of exceptional LP’s, 2014’s Suzi Ecto and it's 2017 follow up, Arpo. Both released on Fabric’s offshoot label, Houndstooth, they each received critical acclaim from established musical journals such as XLR8R, Resident Advisor and Pitchfork - Arpo was awarded DJ Magazine album of the year! This cements Call Super's place as one of the most unique producers in dance music. Building on a techno backbone, but with clear influences from Ambient and Jazz, his distinct glitchy twinkles and bleeps, clearly place his albums on a shelf of their own. Either side of his two full length’s Joe has also released well-received EP’s on the likes of Throne of Blood, Dekmantel, on Trilogy Tapes under his Ondo Fudd alias, and on Hessle Audio in collaboration with Beatrice Dillon. Aside from his productions, Joe’s standout BBC Radio 1 Essential mix and his contribution to the much-revered Fabric mix series highlight his talents as one of the leading DJs on the underground circuit. A technically gifted DJ, his versatility and adaptability are epitomised by the diversity of his bookings over the last 12 months, including sets at Pacha Ibiza, Love International, Berghain and ADE. On the 27th July, we give him 4 hours to take us to the four corners of his extensive record collection, where he will no doubt touch on techno, house, breaks and bass. Believe us when we say is sound is the perfect fit for the White Hotel. As is custom on the night support comes from the Ordinary Friends crew, who’ll be warming up the headline set with the usual dose of dark sleazy house, left-field disco, and the far reaches of Detroit techno. If you came to stand still, stand somewhere else!