Jay Glass Dubs - Soma [2 x LP]

BH065

Regular price £21.00 (£25.20 Inc VAT)

Available: 1st March 2021

Imagine the opposite of a snake shedding its skin: a body slithering among the debris of 21st-century music; a porous, viscid body, its skin an adhesive, lodging onto itself bits and pieces along the way. Some are scraps, rusted, discarded parts. Some are the jewels of crowns, unglued and fallen from grace, now re-attached on this makeshift contraption. Where does a body end? Does it end where these prostheses begin?

Jay Glass Dubs’ Soma (“body” in Greek) is a palimpsest. Look closely and you can find all sorts of DNA microarrays on the body’s skin – Bristol voices, Detroit electro hums, the amen break, the all-encompassing dub haze – but, as with all palimpsests, they are simultaneously one and a multitude. The body lives, its prostheses live. The body moves.

a1. One Hundred Seven

a2. Apple, Sliced

a3. Shape (feat Jasmine)

a4. Our Reversed Uniforms

b1. The Wrong Frame

b2. Dots On Nails

b3. How Glass Bred (feat Danai Nielsen)

b4. Your Raps

c1. A Mammoth Cloud

c2. Wagon Prophet

c3. Now Set Up

d1. Barked (feat Yorgia Karidi)

d2. Suffix Harness

d3. Invar