There’s a lightness to the touch of Will Fox’s album, Which Way. Acoustic songs whose musical focus leans to the farthest aspects of tenderness; the ten tracks in the sequence sometimes appear to glance over a subject, when they really swim to the center. There is the sense of water colors; depth, frailty, and a…
On ‘Cosmic Dusting’ Will Fox brings a sense of intimacy; the human element within a larger set of fading circumstances. It’s why we’re here.
With ‘Shame Shame’, once again ROOS serves composite images; oddly tender, and intimate observations of a life, and an unfolding landscape.
ROOS has finally released Standards, Vol I. This four-track album, the first in a promised trilogy of song-cycles to be released via Twosyllable Records, inhabits a unique place in the landscape.
Discussing the video, ROOS said this: I am driving counter-clockwise in roundabouts, trying to turn back time, failing to make counter-clockwise pottery, in Yunnan, China, at the edge of the busiest, most populous country in the world, while Kelli Scarr watches, trying to sing along.
Did you have plans for the next one minute and seventeen seconds? That’s the length of time you need to dedicate to the first listen of the new track from L.A.-based artist, ROOS. The song is called “I Fail” and it’s released to mark the passing of the first twelve months of Donald Trump’s presidency of the USA.