John Ov3rblast Fantasia of the Unconscious LP.
The composer, the artist, the sound alchemist, John Ov3rblast shares his latest album having in mind one purpose, to make the listener, dancer, sound explorer, experience the sound the whole release as the real life, a book, a film, a walk in the streets, a night in the centre of the city, a walk with the headphones in hidden landscapes.
Mixed LP defines the thirst for unexplored sound territories, a mixture of organic dub techno ambient hypnotic elements, floating layers of sublime sounds and frequencies.
The melodies like cloudscapes travelling into the deep blue mind skies. John’s compositions sounds like a digital poetry, the artist for almost a decade has never left his warm esoteric dialogues, a personal confession of life of pain, of a loss of a love, of life itself.
Step into the world of John Ov3rblast, close your eyes and let yourself go, we are in orbit once more, round planet sound.
Seemingly patriarchal religious leaders, especially ones who practiced polygamy, hung around with underage girls, and apparently lived by the slogan “no fat chicks,” are not the sort of things to thrill my punk feminist sensibilities. But as I read through the fascinating and beautifully illustrated book Process Media released about The Source, and as I listened to recordings, and watched The Source Family documentary, I realized that Jim Baker was a balls out (literally and figuratively) example of American Metaphysical Religion, and I had misjudged him and The Family. He reminds me of people like Tom Morton, who got into trouble for erecting America’s first Maypole and having a party he invited everybody to whatever their gender or race.
Before the interview, a few words about this Baker guy. Born on the 4th of July, in Cincinnati in 1922, he wasn’t wrong to come to Hollywood to try…
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