R.S. Pearson

Reality From Childhood Remebered As A Dream

R.S. Pearson - Reality From Childhood Remebered As A Dream

Robert Scott Pearson's music can be seen as surrealist, impressionist, post-industrial, mystical or avant-garde, but it goes beyond categories. His work embraces software, philosophy, poetry, visual arts, and generative algorithmic creation in general. At an early age, he began to experiment in this field, and released his first music privately on cassette, being part of the 80s undergound industrial scene in Seattle. Post-industrial, futuristic, but not really nihilistic, his beautifull music melts expressives synth leads with arpeggio's soundscapes, and drum machine's flashes and lights, to take us in another reality. This first issue on vinyl and first official release of this discreet but brillant composer is truly a big joy for us. All tracks composed & performed by R.S. Pearson. Tracks A1 to A6 are taken from the Naked Index (1983-85), A7 to A9 are from Joseph Cornell's Television Show (1983-84), B1 to B4 are from Hieroglyphic Audio (1984-85), And tracks B4 to B8 are from the Manhattan of Heaven (1983). Artwork by Nils Gasp, polaroids by Cedric Moods. Mastered at Parelies Studio, Paris.

LP Serendip-Lab: SERLP006 € 20,99