Pour Un Homme Seul, the debut EP from multi-intrumentalist Pete Beardsworth, is a cathartic exploration of the spiritual world of jazz and the healing force within. The five tracks that compose it explore a mixture of colors produced by classical-jazz instrumentation and a soulful electronic approach to the productions and beats.
The songs in Pour Un Homme Seul were written during a long period of solitude in the year following a traumatic incident on Peter Beardsworth life, charting a journey of hope and rediscovery. A voyage through a harsh, personal wilderness, and back to civilization. This voyage is painted with woodwind, electronics, vocals, found sounds, and synthesizers provided by Pete, following successful collaborations with Yazmin Lacey, for whom he produced the magnificent EPs Black Moon and When The Sun Dips 90 Degrees. We can hear some similar elements on those projects.
Pour Un Homme Seul is one of the most innovative records we heard this year. Available in vinyl for the jazz aficionados. Don’t miss the chance to enjoy this magnificent piece.