EP REVIEW: Joseph Sant “Sea White Salt”

Joseph Sant

Joseph Sant just released Sea White Salt, and it’s a pure string of ambient tracks. His new EP includes the single “Nor’easter,” which can possibly relate to his voyage from Seattle, to right here. He now seems to like Brooklyn, performing at places like Pete’s Candy Store, with no shortage of dreaminess. In the core of the new release, there lies influences of the atmospheric presences of New York City. Performing along with Sant is Gabriel Galvin on guitar, Georgia Tan playing bass, Stirling Krusing on harmonica/lap steel, and Tyler Graham with percussion. Together, they deliver some organic, shapely harmonies.

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