Toronto's Sunclef Drops a Cube Within a Cube Within an EP
It’s a particularly good Friday for one kid in Toronto. Sunclef put out his EP today.
The Tesseract is named for a geometric shape that can be simply described as a cube within a cube…within a cube. Wait, scratch that last cube.
That makes it sound like it’ll be packed with math-y rhythms and blips and beeps, but it’s actually quite smooth and funky. The five track run encapsulates Sunclef’s aptitude for layering synth sounds and crunchy-ing up snare sounds.
It should be mentioned that The Tesseract is spelled with a triangle where the “A” should be, but I’ve stared down for quite some time now trying to locate the triangle button and no dice. I guess keyboards are different in Canada.
Hear all of The Tesseract EP below. It’s 19 minutes of electronic bliss, with a highlight at track three. You can get the full download here.