SebastiAn - Ross Ross Ross EP

Single Review

Single title: Ross Ross Ross EP
Artist: SebastiAn
Label: Ed Banger/f
Lara Moloney | 12 Dec 2006

Quirky electro beats suck you into a world of frenetic funky toe-tapping and head-nodding actions to rival Flat Eric

SebastiAn's quirky electro beats suck you into a world of frenetic funky toe-tapping and head-nodding actions to rival Flat Eric, while the unusual blend of deep bass notes, sharp vocals and unexpected song endings keep you on the edge. It ventures into somewhat monotonous territory however and you begin to feel that it loses some of its powerful direction, whirring on with what sounds like beeps from every kitchen appliance. Luckily it regains its choppy 'music destroying itself' focus, and a few of the tunes even inspire you to head to a huge outdoor rave, lose your mind and dance Peter Crouch stylee. Good tracks to listen out for are the Ross Ross Ross production and Cut Copy's Going Nowhere remix which has a more enthusiastic dance beat. Definitely one for open-minded electronic lovers. [Lara Moloney]


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