Charles Pearson

Raised in suburban Chicago, landing in Detroit at the right moment in the middle 1990’s Charles’ influences include: Kraftwerk, Jean-Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream, Brian Eno, King Crimson, Robert Fripp, Roxy Music, The Stooges, Black Sabbath, TREX, Prince, Cluster, Neu, Phuture, Larry Heard, Jesse Saunders, Adonis, Trax Records, Wax Trax Records, Ministy, Laibach, Model 500, Egyptian Lover, Afrikka Bambatta, A Number of Names, Jonsun Bros/Crew, Grandmaster Flash, DJ Hyperactive, ESP Woody McBride, Drop Bass Records, Terry Mullan, Delta-9, Danny the Wildchild, Daft Punk, Direct Beat Records, Aux-88, and a vast number of other musical artist and movements that could name dropped to infinity. The main thrust of Charles music inspiration has been with regards to transit, economic geography, consumerism, loss, longing, transformation, distortion, attack, decay, sustain, resonance.

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