Covid lockdowns are good for The Pots, if not for CJ. You may know that The Pots is my home studio project as Bassist EP. The Pots have 3 previous albums to their name, all with release dates in 2020, although one was well before lockdowns, on New Year's day. But the Delta variant has reached Canberra and we have more cases than ever before and we've been in lockdown pretty much from Day 1. In fact one son and his partner have been in isolation following a Hen's night at Fision nightclub; they were negative and are out now. But this latest lockdown has allowed me to complete another album that was just mostly just vague thoughts: one track recorded and otherwise just a string of poems/lyrics in store. The album is Hope / The Pots and due for release in coming weeks. It's mainly electronica/prog rock with spoken word but there's a final little mediaeval choral work. It's Ma fin est ma commencement, a crab canon over a palindrome from Guillaume de Machaut (c.1300-1377) to which I add a post-modernist overlay. Amusingly, it reminded me of bickering over climate, forever back and forth, so its presence. (My albums get warnings for political themes. Another track is a dedication to Greta.) The National Capital Orchestra's next concert got cancelled and they called for videos of members' home music projects for their FB site thus this video. Hope you enjoy it.
25 August 2021
Posted by Eric Pozza at 12:59 pm
Labels: Eric Pozza, The Pots
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