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Pedro Vian - feat. Asia - Uróboros
Pedro Vian - feat. Mana - Les Tambours Suterraniens
Pedro Vian - Satan’s Voice
Pedro Vian - Lucid Dreams
Pedro Vian - Un Storia Infinita
Pedro Vian - feat. Raul Refree - The Limit of Nothing
Pedro Vian - feat. Pierre Bastien - A Day in Rotterdam
Pedro Vian - Your Face Shines more than the Sun
Pedro Vian - Hipódromo
Pedro Vian - Crema Lent
“Earth, Our Planet?”: A call for environmental awareness. This time, Pedro Vian - the
founder of Modern Obscure Music - presents his fourth solo album (following his 2020
release, "Ibillorca").
Due for release in spring 2024, "Earth, Our Planet?" promises to immerse us in a moving
odyssey, crossing the boundaries of musical genres to provoke an urgent meditation on the
protection of our planet. On this occasion Vian has composed the album influenced by the
myth of the eternal return, the compositions are long and repetitive, generating states of pure
Pedro Vian, singular for his fusion of genres and styles, ventures into even more complex
territories in "Earth, Our Planet?". From the first listen, it is evident that this work treads the
line of convention and breaks the boundaries of electronic and experimental music with
artistic dexterity. The album weaves together texture, hypnotic rhythms and melody. Each
track reveals his distinctive ability to create immersive landscapes, guiding the listener into
deep emotional introspection. This is not just music; it is a transformative experience.
The beauty of this album lies not only in the musical vision. The album features high-calibre
collaborations that add layers of creativity and elegance. Trumpeter Pierre Bastien, whose
early productions left an indelible mark on Aphex Twin's Reflex label, infuses "A Day in
Rotterdam" with a unique emotional resonance. Violinist, Asia, renowned for her avant-garde
approach and ability to conjure unique landscapes, elevates the album's opening tracks
"Urobóros" and "Les Tambours Subterraniens". Their skill and sensitivity intertwine perfectly
with Vian's artistic vision. In addition, Italian producer Daniele Mana, with whom Pedro Vian
collaborated closely on his previous album "Cascades", known for his experimental
approach and talent for creating extraterrestrial atmospheres also contributes to "Les
Tambours Subterraniens". His artistic perspective adds more complexity and texture to the
piece, pushing the boundaries of contemporary electronic music. There is also a
collaboration with Raül Refree, an artist with whom Vian worked with last year, presenting
“Font De la Vera Pau”, an album that The Guardian defined as "a wonderful piece of electroacoustic
music, a captivating mix of strings and analogue synth drones which sometimes
flirts with Alice Coltrane-ish spiritual jazz".
With "Earth, Our Planet?", Pedro Vian not only offers up some of his best work to date, but it
is also a call to reflect on our relationship with the natural world. As a part of a planet where
environmental awareness is more crucial than ever, he urges us to protect and preserve our
world as an extension of ourselves. This extensive work is a statement, Vian addresses the
notion that too often we prioritise immediate needs over the well-being of the planet. It
highlights the fact that we often consider the Earth as a possession when, in reality, we are
but a part of it.

1_Pedro Vian feat. Asia - Uróboros
2_Pedro Vian feat. Mana - Les Tambours Suterraniens
3_Pedro Vian - Satan’s Voice
4_Pedro Vian - Lucid Dreams
5_Pedro Vian - Un Storia Infinita
6_Pedro Vian feat. Raul Refree - The Limit of Nothing
7_Pedro Vian feat. Pierre Bastien - A Day in Rotterdam
8_Pedro Vian - Your Face Shines more than the Sun
9_Pedro Vian - Hipódromo
10_Pedro Vian - Crema Lent More