Emotronic Photosynthesis, Geneva
– Pullman Rose is having serious fun.
We really play as we have always played, like when we were little, we played good guys and bad guys while...Read Biography
Pullman Rose is having serious fun.
We really play as we have always played, like when we were little, we played good guys and bad guys while listening to Art of Noise’s A Time For Fear (Who's Afraid). Always in motion, laughing or crying, looking for contrast, a thread stretched between love and humour.
Pullman Rose, the siblings—meeting around a common creation. We started in our rooms, then we were invited to basements, galleries and clubs. In the beginning there was the DR-202, the SP404-SX and the Ultranova.
The tracks play with pop conventions, referring to multiple styles of electronic music both loved and hated by the duo. Cultivating spontaneity, Pullman Rose create music by improvising. Dark and bright, their universe goes from lightness to gravity without attachment. Emotronic photosynthesis mixes pop tendencies with a strange intuitive impulsiveness, giving the impression of listening to something already heard in a dream. Deja-vu, patchwork, transmission—the lyrics are poetic, acidic or aloof. Their music is soft, psychedelic, danceable.