Call Super - Arpo
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2017 Rank: #105 / 629
User Score
Based on 12 ratings
November 10, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
Houndstooth / Label
IDM / Genres
Your Review



Arpo feels like a real album, with a distinct narrative and recurring themes. Most of all, it’s a captivating and original listen, from an artist who sounds like no one else.

The Guardian
Behind the decks, Joe Seaton, AKA Call Super, mixes up a cosmopolitan blend of techno and house, but his own productions are pitched at those dissonant, poignant moments after the night has ended, when you’re wandering home past people off to Parkrun and Sainsbury’s.

Arpo refines and then traipses further afield than anything else in his discography.

Crack Magazine

In Arpo’s rich detail and engaging narrative Seaton instinctively understands the role of the electronic album as a platform for sonic exploration. The bonus is that his adventurous spirit is offset by a fondness for warmth and intimacy, and it’s the very human heart at the core of the album that makes the trip all the more enjoyable.


Arpo is a rich and rewarding album. Each glitchy sound and fragmented beat has been meticulously pieced together, almost as if to demonstrate how opposites attract.

With his keen ear for detail, Call Super drafts a mesmerizing environment that distinguishes itself by refusing categorization, reminding listeners why the British producer is among the UK's best exports.
Track List
  1. Arpo
  2. Korals
  3. OK Werkmeister
  4. Music Stand
  5. Any Pill
  6. Arpo Sunk
  7. Ekko Ink
  8. No Wonder We Go Under
  9. I Look Like I Look in a Tinfoil Mirror
  10. Trokel
  11. Out to Rust

Added on: September 26, 2017