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Profile – Ewan Pearson (Soma)

Ewan Pearson (Soma)

Tracey Thorn「Out Of The Woods」、The Rapture 「Pieces of the People We Love」のプロデュースやGoldfrapp、Gwen Stefani の楽曲プログラミング、Pet Shop Boys 、Royksopp、Franz Ferdinand、the Chemicals、Depeche Modeなど様々なAクラスのリミックス・キャリアを誇る Ewan Pearson は、現在最も勢いのある、ダンスミュージック・シーンを代表するプロデューサーである。またDJ としても傑出したキャリアを持つ彼は、Privilege、The Pulp、Panoramabarでのレジデント経歴を有している他、Somaからの「SciFiHiFi Vol.1」、人気ミックスCDシリーズ「fabric 35 : Ewan Pearson」はそれぞれPlug awardsのノミネートされ、世界最大のダンス系ポータルサイトResident Advisorに提供した彼のミックスPodcastは、ユーザー達の投票によって2006年のベストミックスに選ばれている。ディープなハウススタイルからパーティーライクなディスコダブまで、その類い稀なサウンドセンスから紡がれるサウンドジャーニーは、多くのダンスミュージック・ラヴァーを魅了してやまない。

Ewan Pearson has been making records for a living since 1998. He has recorded as Maas for Soma, releasing six singles and an album, ‘Latitude’, and under a number of other guises including World of Apples and, currently, Partial Arts for Cologne’s legendary Kompakt label. His remixes for the likes of Depeche Mode, Chemical Brothers, Seelenluft, Cortney Tidwell and Freeform 5 have made him one of dance music’s most respected producers and have been compiled on ‘Small Change’ (Soma, 2001) and last year’s !K7 2CD retrospective ‘Piece Work’. He has programmed for Goldfrapp and Gwen Stefani and his production credits include Tracey Thorn’s acclaimed solo album ‘Out Of The Woods’, The Rapture’s ‘Pieces of the People We Love’ and M83’s latest ‘Saturdays=Youth’.

As a DJ Ewan’s no slouch either. Two CDs – SciFiHiFi Vol.1 for Soma and July 2007’s fabric were both nominated for Plug awards, and his 2006 Resident Advisor Podcast was voted best of that year by the website’s readers.  A regular at clubs from Privilege to the Pulp to Panoramabar, his sets, like the rest of his career, defy easy categorisation, marrying the independent and the underground with a pop sensibility that’s all his own. Ewan has recently completed the debut album from Australia’s Lost Valentinos, remixes for Hot Chip, Foals, Moon Unit and Junior Boys and is currently working on a new solo record from Tracey Thorn and the debut album from Manchester’s Delphic.


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