Comma “Ken Griffey Jr.”
This wonky, hyperreal tune opens the forthcoming Colortronics EP by San Francisco producer Comma, which […]
This wonky, hyperreal tune opens the forthcoming Colortronics EP by San Francisco producer Comma, which is scheduled to drop on May 24 via Salva’s Frite Nite label. Awesomely titled “Ken Griffey Jr.” (we’re actually surprised that no one’s used the iconic baseball player’s name on a blunted, laser-infused beatscape before now), Comma’s production boasts many sonic layers that all work towards the effect of wearing 3-D glasses on your ears, or something. Each element of the beat jumps out from the haze with a crack, only to slink back into the mix again. Synth sounds ebb and flow from the aural mist below, spreading outwards into your peripheries. A goopy bassline sits on top of everything, wriggling in place before it slithers away to make room for whatever unreal sound Comma pulls from his arsenal next. If that kind of listening suits you, make sure to check the six remaining tracks on Colortronics when they’re made available next month.