Colin Potter’s history stretches back to the early ‘80s, when he started his label ICR, and began releasing solo cassettes of experimental electronics. In this, he was far from alone, but from his early days, Potter has had a unique and surprisingly lyrical voice, no matter what he applies himself to. He’s a frequent collaborator with Nurse With Wound, was a member of Ora and Monos, and still runs ICR as label and distributor. And Then is one of his strongest albums: exploring broad terrain, from ever-spiralling, blackened electronics, to abstract mosaics of rhythm, it’s rich and teeming with incident.
– Jon Dale