Back in 2007, Trevor Jackson performed his audio-visual work RGBPM at London’s IMAX cinema to open the Optronica Festival. It was aired once, wowed the audience, and then lay low for ten years. Now Utter Records have released the four-part piece in an impressive package. Much of RGBPM is melodic arpeggio-techno in the Pantha Du Prince/Brandt Brauer Frick style, while the closing quarter is more abrasive and abstract. This edition features original artwork by Jackson as well as four prints that each accompany a different movement of RGBPM.