Jay Glass Dubs – Epitaph
Jay Glass Dubs, the Athenian glacial-dub seer who frequently haunts Bokeh Versions, as well as esteemed sound peddlers Anomia and Berceuse Heroique, returns to the Bristol base / bass for his first full-length album, Epitaph.
Epitaph is a rolling, hallucinatory and hypothermic drift, emerging as the most lucid vision of Jay’s goth-inflected, future dub yet. Cinematic treatments of dub tropes reach dizzying heights with the dramatic song of Greek vocalist and performing artist Yorgia Karidi and a guest saxophone from WTN? and Hessle associate Ben Vince.
Epitaph bridges Jay’s idiosyncratic dubs with his lesser-known Ku pseudonym - a vehicle for the artist’s improvisational singer / spoken - songwriter output - to form an epic poem of future-forward surrealism. Fall in.