Music Industry News Network [01-16-2014]

Three Beers For Rossi Noise!

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But aside from having their own brand of beer (Grin and Bare It), Rossi Noise are one of the most exciting new bands to emerge from the UK in a long time.

Ross, Scott, Neal and Gav make up this exciting band, with Gav hailing from the south whilst Ross, Scott and Neal are all from Newcastle.

Mixing a fusion of dubstep, rock-pop and electro, Rossi Noise are already hugely respected in the UK music scene. Having performed on the main stage at Evolution festival in Newcastle, been interviewed on BBC Radio 1, 6 music, and performed live on the BBC’s Introducing sessions with Nick Roberts, it’s no wonder these guys have already completed a nationwide headline tour. Rudimental has shown interest in collaborating with them, and they have also supported chart sensations such as The Vaccines, Ellie Goulding and Hadouken!

Since forming, the band is constantly trying to push their boundaries, and manage to continuously progress and evolve within their music. They believe in not saturating the local area with gigs, to avoid repetitiveness, ensures a great turnout and keeps their sets fresh and exciting.
Tom Robinson from 6 Music wrote: “Rossi Noise create a seamless synthetic synthesis of styles that just works”.

On their new track, Rossi Noise collaborate with Hati. Her unique voice provided something to experiment with, and the electronic fusion combined with rock and Hati results in an incredibly catchy and radio-worthy single. Their new single ‘Can’t Stop Me (Til The Sun Comes Up)’ Ft. Hati is out on 21st March 2014.

Links:
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/rossinoise
Twitter: @rossinoise
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rossinoise

Source: http://www.mi2n.com/press.php3?press_nb=170757

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