colin potter

Deep Distance continue apace with their hectic release schedule with the announcing that Colin Potter’s ‘the ghost office’ is finally set to get a long overdue treatment to wax. It continues the labels affection for this creative sore thumb having already brought from out of the forgotten shadows and in to the light several of Potter’s solo outings for critical re-assessment. ‘the ghost office’ originally released in 1980, his first as it happens, was pressed up on limited numbers of cassette through the mirage imprint, all of which command fair returns on the noted online auction sites. ‘the lope 1’ provides a brief snippet of the crooked creativity at work inside the Potter headspace, all at once esoteric and oblique, foggy electronic echoes from a darker and uncertain yesterday permeate from the monochrome shadows to out weird and out strange the likes of the Flying Lizards, Nurse with Wound and even Tuxedo Moon.

 

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