Spectral Evidence (Best New Music)

Spectral Evidence by Elison Jackson   (July 24, 2011)

Spectral Evidence is the sophomore full-length release from New Haven, CT garage-folk band Elison Jackson. Recorded over eight months in Sam Jackson Perduta’s dank basement apartment, and in a nearby church pipe-organ loft, the album deals with the theme of the unknown, and the passed-down New England superstitions that come out in the night. The pleasant and unique instrumentation in Spectral Evidence tied with Sam Peduta’s spooky singing style translates to produce a beautiful, soulful album. Although there are multiple instruments on many of the tracks on the album, Elison Jackson still provides us with a truly folky sound. Perduta seems to know what he’s doing with this album.



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