Telecommuter, the solo project of composer and producer Alexander Margitich, is bringing you the latest in moody indie electronica with "Can't Get Back To Sleep", his first single released off his debut EP. Slated to arrive on the airwaves early next year, Telecommuter is debuting strongly, proving he's able to keep up with the trend of the time.
The Californian, who went to Berklee College of Music, uses his background in improvisational jazz and choral singing in his atmospheric track. The contemporary production on "Can't Get Back To Sleep" clashes beautifully with Telecommuter's jazz sensibilities. The lyrics are dark and tense and the instrumentation is equally moody; its odd rhythm is an immediate attention-grabber. It's downbeat and relaxed, and Telecommuter's deep electronic sound gives the whole track a marvellous underwater feel, not unlike being overtired and unable to sleep.