At once both bone dry and oozing wet, Timeghost’s first long-player breaks the molds cast by current trends in modular synth fetishism. Providence’s Adam Morosky, active as Timeghost since 2008, records and performs using an array of hardware altered by sensors that pierce through his face like a human patch bay. A concept-heavy record, Cellular approaches its concerns through algorithmic cut-ups, rhythms generated by cell phone interference and electrically induced muscle spasms. Sometimes its necessary to consider all angles. The sound is deliberate and stark, but with an undeniably personal tone. Not easily categorized, this is a sound cycle designed for complete immersion.