Rising German Actor And Soundtrack Composer Stuart Styron Making Waves On The Experimental Music Scene
Credited with leading a “cultural transformation” in the way music and videos have been experienced in the digital age, multi-talented powerhouse releases dynamically complex album When I Hit the Time Ghost of the 22nd Century.
Arnsberg, Germany – May 28th, 2015 – Being classified as a singer delivering “particular and universal” music which explores themes of isolation, emotion and identity, German actor, musician and vision-artist Stuart Styron has been making waves in the experimental music world. His latest album, When I Hit the Time Ghost of the 22nd Century, is said to be a manifestation of a “vision’s pieces” boasting incredible levels of musical complexity, further solidifying Styron’s reputation among critics as being an “injector of unconscious and conscious elements.”
Born in Arnsberg, Germany, Styron has been seemingly endowed with a never-ending fanatic creativity and tremendous range of expression, giving fans fresh access to an other-worldly reality through his condensed, translucent-esque videos. Indeed, it is believed by many that Styron’s art is a motivating force without parallel, leading a cultural transformation in the way music and videos have been experienced in the digital age.
Continually inventive in a manner so different from those of more mainstream artists, his videos leave viewers wondering what’s coming next as they’re bombarded with provocative images such as space and the Venus Transit – helping audiences, says Styron, feel what he had himself experienced while “giving birth” to such masterpieces.
It is also said almost as often that Styron has influenced the experimental music genre as immensely as John Cage did, going as far as to invent a “distinct harmonic language” that utilizes unusual notes and effects to take listeners into the deepest and highest frequencies. Many of his songs, such as “Satan Styron,” have provocative names to – according to Styron – inspire and help his listeners find their “greatest potential.” Additionally, he has woven a dramatic tapestry within his albums, with “You Should Smile” from Album 2008 Casanova April being a fine example.
More information about Stuart Styron can be obtained by visiting www.StuartStyron.com, https://www.facebook.com/StuartStyron111 and www.StuartStyron.blogspot.de/.
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Published on: 2015-06-05
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