A phantom, almost hidden presence, Ghost Culture's obvious talent is matched by his inaccessibility.
Aligned to Phantasy, the artist's Erol Alkan co-produced debut album will be released this Autumn, his most significant document yet.
Making his live debut at Stoke Newington's Waiting Room on September 3rd, Ghost Culture has also announced plans for an additional, extra special show.
Taking place on October 21st, the producer is due to be joined by a number of special guests – tickets on sale now.
Unsure of what to expect? Well, Ghost Culture seems to specialise in fragmentary synth pop, breaking it down into core elements before building up vast, vivid structures.
Via two EPs – 'Mouth' and 'Giudecca' – the artist has built up a persona which sits somewhere between spectral, vapourous sounds and the clinical, metallic pop music of prime Depeche Mode.
New EP 'Arms' drops on September 1st via Phantasy, a three track document which continues to find Ghost Culture expanding into his own universe.
Clash has obtained a short teaser for 'Arms' – check it out below.
Ghost Culture is set to play the following show:
21 London Electrowerkz (Ticket link)
Photo Credit: Jenna Foxton