Hyetal has posted two new tracks, as the producer continues to tease debut album 'Modern Worship'.
Initially from Southampton, Hyetal relocated to Bristol some time ago. No doubt the move has suited him fine - Clash imagines the producer wandering along the West Country bastion's streets, enjoying locally produced cider and exploring the street markets.
There is another influence, of course. Whilst not making bass music per se, Hyetal is definitely aware of the Futurist shards which has splintered away from dubstep.
Debut album 'Modern Worship' is set to be released this summer, and finds the producer matching tech driven aspects to pieces which border on early 80s synth pop gone awry.
Hyetal recently teased fans by posting two new tracks online. 'Jam The Network' and 'Moving Statues' are both studies in sonic opulence, with Hyetal employing a near metallic sheen.
Listen to it below.
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Hyetal is set to release his debut album on July 3rd.