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Pearson Sound
Rubble

And the Hessle Audio purists did descend into madness, for their king had deserted them. Well, maybe it’s not that bad, but there will definitely be a few eyebrows raised at the fact that Pearson Sound has declared ‘Earwig’ from his Rubble EP his ‘first (and maybe last) acid track’. But still yourself, young raver - despite the fact that ‘Earwig’ is indeed built from the classic acid tools of an 808 and a 303, the piece’s zany groove and skittish hi-hats means we're not exactly dealing with 'Voodoo Ray' here. Also, the other two tracks on Rubble are the sort of reassuringly weighty UK techno we’ve come to expect from Pearson Sound these days, so just give them a rinse if you’re still unsure.

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Robin Chasing Butterflies

Pearson Sound continues to run rings around the competition with this typically inventive 12”. Robin Chasing Butterflies has three tracks, each full of buzzy little details and playful rhythm-melody interplay. Too light on its feet to be ordinary, but still joyously danceable! 12” EP released on Pearson Sound’s own label.

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XLB

XLB is first new release of 2016 for Pearson Sound. AKA David Kennedy, one of the three guys behind the Hessle Audio label. This time he releasing on his own eponymous label. XLB is hyperactive and effervescent with syncopated beats. A new track, Tsunan Sun features on the flip. Four Tet has been enthusing about this on Twitter.

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Thaw Cycle

Pearson Sound returns to home label Hessle Audio for two bouncy new tracks! ‘Thaw Cycle’ is driven by piston-firm hi-hats and clattering rhythm, but with low-key synth patterns over the top, and ‘Freeze Cycle’ follows a similar pattern. Fully dancefloor compatible and well worth your time. 12”.

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Extended mixes Part 2

The second part of the double 12” remix release from the debut Pearson Sound album. A high quality 45 that reaches the screechiest highs and bassiest lows with everything in-between, Extended Mixes Part 2 breathes new life into the highly acclaimed electronic Pearson Sound album. Out on 12” vinyl from Hessle Audio.

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Extended Mixes Part 1

From the Hessle Audio imprint he co-runs with Ben UFO & Pangaea, this is the latest 12" from Pearson Sound. Originating in 2006 under the name Ramadanman it wasn't until 2008 that he started to gaining momentum with his innovative approach to bass-heavy club music, releasing a successful run of 12"s on highly prestigious labels such as Soul Jazz, 2nd Drop, and Hessle Audio. Full of tight but weighty experiments in bass heavy techno/electronica this is a nice compendium to the latest album. 

Pearson Sound
Pearson Sound

Everyone's favourite Hyde Park, Sainsbury's-dwelling graduates Hessle Audio give up a new smattering of sonics in the form of a Pearson Sound release. Label boss David Kennedy goes down the minimal route with this self-titled work, crafting beats that trickle down more subliminally than you'd expect; there's still a lot of fire to be heard here, though. It's just refined plenty.

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REM


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Joy Orbison, Boddika & Pearson Sound
Faint, Nil (Reece), Moist


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Various (Pearson Sound / Ramadanman)
Fabriclive 56


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