Something a little bit different for My Studio as ‘world minimal disco’ artist Roscius shows us around his London space.

Roscius’s WMD#2 EP is out now on Muta. Find him on Facebook, Twitter and SoundCloud.

8th September, 2015

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  • That was a fuckin terrible feature. Cop on attack magazine.

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  • yo Hedgey, the feature was only appropriate to what roscious represents….no perpetraiting, just making the most out of something small…

    A man like this needs no detailed foto coverage, his music speaks louder than anything you’ll ever have to say…and now get outta here!

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  • say what!

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  • this is great tbh. I might not be the biggest fan of his kind of music, but getting insight in such a different aproach also broadens your own horizons.

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  • No machines except the laptop.

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  • Music is dope…. that’s all that matters, and I think that’s the point

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  • NO machines except for:

    >The laptop
    >The synthesizers
    >The guitar pedals
    >The loop station

    nice

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  • I find this an inspiring studio and an inspiring point of view. I agree that with all the new toys and technology, there’s a lot of fresh sounds left (made with ‘real’ instruments in a room) that haven’t been explored yet. And most of the time they sound a lot more exciting, raw, textured and less boring to my ears too. Great music he makes as a bonus! Thanks!

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  • Yeah pipe down Hedgy! The guy is obviously into his instruments, and having listened to his music it sounds like her cant actually play them too. Really interesting feature.

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  • This might’ve been more appropriate in a “Five Guys Doing Something Different” post.

    Cool stuff, Roscius- sorry to hate on your spotlight.

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  • It took me a moment to understand the point about not using machines but regardless the music is really good. I wanted to make a point to come and say that based on the comments.

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