PAS Musique



Photo by Jessica R. Pepper


PAS is a group out to create musical collages through the form of abstract sound. Their name refers metaphorically to those who have been aborted by society, because their point of view doesn’t fit in the constraints of “normal” society. The term also refers the negative form in French, metaphorically negating everything that is established to start from a new beginning. The viewpoint fuels our creativity to create our own world of beauty. Since our inception the band has been interested in making music from the fringes of perception, creating soundscapes that aren’t defined by any particular conventions or viewpoints. The aesthetic underpinnings are defined by the notion that music can be whatever the ear perceives. It’s a conception fueled by the love of life and art. It’s a desire for honest artistic self-expression. The compositions themselves are more akin to soundscapes than “songs” in the traditional sense. There are no clearly defined melodies, no structural landmarks that give you any sense of traditional anchor. This is not music making with any sense of or desire for commercial viability, but sonic sculptures in the mode of pure art.


http://www.myspace.com/pas-music
http://www.facebook.com/pages/PAS
http://www.reverbnation.com/pasmusic
http://soundcloud.com/pas-music

 
 



PAS Musique/Brandstifter
'Tour 2013 Sounds' (ALRN042)
Limited Edition CD + 20 page full colour booklet
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PAS Musique 'Abandoned Bird Egg' (ALRN035)
Digipack CD+Digital
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PAS 'Flanked by Women and Pumpkins' (ALRN031)
Digipack CD+Digital
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PAS & HATI present: P.H.A.S.T.I. 'The Stages of Sleep
- A Metaphor for Torun' (ALRN026/PAS010)
Digipack CD+Digital (via PAS Records)
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PAS 'Reconstruction' (ALRN023)
Digital
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Alrealon Musique presents:
Tomorrow's Universe (ALRN016)
Digital
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PAS Musique - Live @ The Spectrum, NY (2012)

Robert L. Pepper (PAS) performs
solo at Panoply Labs (2012)