Released in mid-November Hideaway EP from Maths Time Joy – or Tim Worthington – has all the elements necessary to submerse and withdraw the listener from anything they were doing. On the 14th of November this blog had this to say about the EP:
“The three-track EP is first and foremost electronic chillout, much of the records inspiration comes from post-dubstep artists like James Blake and Mount Kimbie and there’s even a hint of purple dubstep in there too. His sensitivity when using vocal samples is something he’s clearly gained from being a singer himself, he was formerly the frontman for indie band Go North, Twin, and his music is textured and multi-layered in a sophisticated and successful way.“
The layered nature of the tracks, in particular the opening track ‘Let Go’, means that full and undivided attention is needed to fully grasp the production work on show. With so many aspects at play the way to fully appreciate this EP is to put it on, sit back, and let it do the talking for itself.