Yuri Suzuki pays homage to Raymond Scott’s pioneering electronics in new album





Created using a reimagined version of the Electronium.

Yuri Suzuki has launched a new label called MSG, with its first release paying tribute to Raymond Scott – Scott’s Dream – Music From A Reimagined Digital Electronium.

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MSG is described as “an experimental music label … not only focussing on the aesthetic of music, but prioritising the concept of the release.”

For the inaugural release, Suzuki and creative studio Counterpoint reimagined Raymond Scott’s Electronium – an early combined electronic synthesizer and generative music machine – using modern technology.

The result is a collection of soothing tunes imbued with the magic of early electronic experimentation.

All proceeds from Scott’s Dream – Music From A Reimagined Digital Electronium will be donated to COVID-19 relief funds.

Head here to purchase a copy of Scott’s Dream – Music From A Reimagined Digital Electronium, check out the artwork and tracklist below.


1. Wide Spectrum Of Colours
2. Convenient For The Fingers
3. Avoid The Monotony
4. Deep Into The Experience
5. A Cockpit Of Dreams
6. A Stimulant To The Imagination
7. Just Press A Button
8. Blink Silently
9. Acoustically Silent Switching
10. Tremendously Biting Accent
11. Attractive Ornaments

Photo by: Mark Cocksedge