VesperTown – King George
The next release on Rinse comes from Tel Aviv-based producer VesperTown, a two track single gathering a pair of his characteristic hyperchromatic, kinetically charged club tracks. It marks the follow up to 2014’s appropriately titled Kaleidescope EP, released through Brighton label Donky Pitch, which laid down a manifesto for his sound: pointedly synthetic chords, razor sharp electronic funk and fragmented voices, all spun up in a vortex of percussion.
His Rinse single further draws out his music’s glossy edges, to dazzling and disorienting effect. On the explosive ‘King George’, disembodied voices twist and contort through a tripwire maze of rebounding chords and chest-rattling drum drums. ‘Sugar Rush’, meanwhile, repeatedly peaks in sunbursts of saturated melody and starry-eyed keys; its effect is startling enough to send serotonin tingles immediately rippling down your spine.