Philadelphia-based artist Joel Sephy Gleiser, otherwise known as Sephy, is an up-and-coming experimental/indie-electro wizard that’ll melt your mind, reconstruct it, and then let it run rampant. On his latest track titled “Brujo Chueco,” the sonic exploration is extraordinary and begs to be heard. Creating contrasting sounds and fusing radical elements of the arrangement process, Sephy designs the canvas while allowing the listener to add in the color.
Reminiscent of Thom Yorke, Sephy’s vocals are clingy, warm, and beg to be held. Electing to sing in Spanish, the song has an ethereal feel and a vintage lust. Although the track might seem jagged in places, listening to the song multiple times will allow your mind to open, and eventually become addicted to this obscure yet innovative soundscape.
Listen to “Brujo Chueco” below: