Wire People is the collaborative effort of Harry Byford working alongside Hypercolour thoroughbreds; Josh Thompson (Bareskin) and Jacob Wiltshire (J.Wiltshire). After sharing a stage with the likes of Clark at Bristol’s forward thinking day festival ‘Arc’, Wire People are set to release their first EP ‘Triangle Vision’ through Get Physical on the 1st July 2013.
Friends since secondary school, the Winchester trio exemplify adroit electronic production and instrumental proficiency that transcends their tender age of 18. Expanding on inceptive careers being carved through a series of Hypercolour releases, Triangle Vision evinces an intelligently arranged and richly textured piece of music that effectively communicates the broad skillset shared by Wire People.
With Josh controlling electronic drums and sample triggers, Harry playing guitar and Jacob handling vocals, drums and keys, the piece carries a deeply warm texture from the outset. Through reverberated guitar rises Triangle Vision builds towards a sink into Jacob’s vocals that carries a gentle weight whilst remaining beautifully ethereal. The piece progresses through additive electronic percussion and harmonic development towards a rueful close that demonstrates Jacob’s impressive range.
Also included in the package is a remix from Tom Demac. Tom’s take on the piece demonstrates the studio work of an established master using analog equipment, bass synths and drum machines to push the piece from outside into the club in signature fashion.