Time and time again, Brisbane producer Charles Murdoch proves his ever-growing skill with his expansive, atmospheric electronic releases. Out today, his latest single "Privacy" goes further than ever before, showcasing a glitchy, seemingly unorganized array of electronic impulses, shooting off into the sky, creating an unnerving but mesmerizing atmosphere.
The familiar, earthy tones of Melbourne's Oscar Key Sung take the melodic lead, adding a little order to the discord, through the which the overall rhythm begins to form.
The track glides through so many sonic dimensions, never stopping back to look around once. Each phrase expands on the last, and yet all the while, the seamless, subtle layers never quite meet to form an identifiable structure.
"Privacy" follows on from previous singles "Frogs" and "Straws", all of which are set to feature on Charles' upcoming debut album Point, out December 11 via Future Classic.