Jason Potter delivers neo-classic ambience with new album, ‘The Marriage of Celestial Things’
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London-based artist Jason Potter’s sophomore album, ‘The Marriage of Celestial Things’, is just as arcane as the title indicates.
The orchestral ambience of the panoramic soundscapes gives his spiritual work a cinematic feel while your imagination is held captive by the sinister reverb-swathed tones.
Between the glassy notes and the tension-building spatial effect, you will find yourself arrested by each of the eight ritualistically dark singles. The mostly instrumental eight-track album introduces Potter as an inherently subversive artist, not through deliberate intention, merely through authentic expression and profoundly contemplative introspection.
With sporadic, sermonic spoken word increments, the tone for the album is perfectly set and Potter discernibly achieved in stripping back the veneer on the superficiality of our modern existence.
The Marriage of Celestial Things follows Jason Potter’s debut album, Between Heaven and Hell, released in January 2020. Potter is also a prolific painter and writer; his book, ‘Natural Blood’, which also draws from multi-faceted mysticism, is currently in the works.
Source A&R Factory
May 14, 2021 10:54am ET by A&R Factory