Experimental producer Alex Ross-Iver has unveiled a new remix of his track ‘4 Room Song’ from influential Swiss musician, and Yello founder, Carlos Peron.
The half-Russian, half Georgian producer, has been slowly working towards the forefront of the avant-garde electro scene. Well known within the Moscow club scene, Ross-Iver’s music bridges the gap between dance and ambient. Certainly, his recent work with Icelandic composer Gisli Kristjansson – known for his work with Duffy, and Roisin Murphy – showcases his sound quite impeccably. The collaborative work between the two, ‘Fire Inside’ featuring vocalist Eliza Newman, reached number 17 in the Music Week Club Charts.
Initially released in 2011, ‘4 Room Song’ sparked some first rate reviews. Notably the track was featured in Music Week and Ross-Iver experienced increased levels of exposure. Now, having caught the attention of Carlos Peron, Ross-Iver has seen the track remixed to create a new listening experience. Speaking of Yello, Moby has stated that their music “belongs to the most Influential and Remarkable in Electronic Music”. Peron has further explored Ross-Iver’s song, bringing out the sultry vocal melodies and warm synthesisers. Elsewhere, the cultured electronic beats and distorted guitars signify the distinct Alex Ross-Iver sound.
Listen to the track here: https://soundcloud.com/alexpopmusic/4-room-song-carlos-peron-remix
Fusing cutting-edge beats with distorted vocal samples, Alex Ross-Iver’s music paints soundscapes in the mind and takes Brian Eno‘s concept of musical installations to another level for the 21st century. – Music Week Magazine
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