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Pearson Sound

London-based producer David Sullivan entered the dubstep scene beneath the name Ramadanman, originally launching material in his eponymous label, and subsequently co-founding Hessle Audio with Ben UFO and Pangaea. Further Ramadanman produces appeared on Spirit Jazz, Apple Pips, and Aus Music. Sullivan debuted his Pearson Audio alias in ’09 2009, with some 12″s that more and more showed even more of a residence and garage impact, aswell as the burgeoning Chicago footwork picture. Sullivan begun to stage out his Ramadanman alias; his 2011 Fabriclive 56 combine CD was acknowledged to both brands, but all following produces (excepting two home 12″s acknowledged to Maurice Donovan) had been beneath the Pearson Sound moniker. A 2011 white label 12″ on Evening Slugs demonstrated Sullivan nodding to two of his affects, with remixes of Baltimore membership producer Fishing rod Lee’s “I WANT TO Find What U Workin With” and “Small” Louie Vega aspect task Hardrive’s “Deep Inside,” and pressing the project right into a even more breakbeat-heavy design. Sullivan collaborated with Pleasure Orbison and Boddika on the 12″ on the SunkLo label in 2012, and released the Pearson Audio label the same calendar year, with some singles and EPs carrying on to force his bass-heavy audio into even more fractured, experimental directions. Pearson Sound’s self-titled full-length debut made an appearance on Hessle Sound in 2015.

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