Tipper releases multi-dimensional glitch-hop masterpiece with 4-track EP ‘Lattice’
UK producer Dave Tipper has been relatively quiet since his solar eclipse special event, 4321, held last month in central Missouri. Now, the “godfather of glitch” has climbed out of the woodworks to release his 4-track EP, Lattice.
Chock full of material that the producer has been playing at his themed gatherings over the past year, Lattice does a tremendous job cataloguing the full spectrum of Tipper’s psychedelic bass-driven directionality as of late. The project is Tipper‘s third EP in two years, following the release of Flunked back in January, and 2015’s It’s Like.
From the EP’s leading track, “Lattice,” with it’s unpredictable half-time tempo, all the way to the closing track, “Dreamsters VIP,” which gives the original ambient track a bass-boosted hip-hop treatment, Lattice takes listeners on a wild sonic journey through time and space. The EP is both tribal and primitive, futuristic, and multi-dimensional, with frequencies that both confuse as much as they ignite curiosity into music production outside of the given norm.