Social State – Human Error
Record Label, Est 2010
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Social State – Human Error

Following up Gobstopper coups from Bloom, Strict Face and Mr. Mitch himself, Social State reintroduces us to his esoteric take on rhythm, melody and structure and adds further facets to the sound he introduced to us in his self-released ‘Microdot Monday’ back in November of 2014 that garnered support on Radio 1, Rinse and NTS.

‘Human Error’ opens things up with dystopian melodicism coupled up with stumbling, off-kilter drum patterns before ‘She Was Loved’ sits pellucid textures atop swooning 8-bit synth lines.

As odd and as characterful as Gobstopper followers will expect, this – their 13th release – reaffirms the justification for the labels persistent exploration and proves that whilst depths are being tested, the introduction of new artists such as Social State means that they are by no means exhausted.