Roska's Latest Single 'Crossed Wires' Takes Funky House Into the V.I.P

The Rinse FM family continue their assault on pop music.

John Calvert

As the follow-up to 2013's Shocked EP, Roska's plush new cut is luxury-class house, and a far cry from the rough-hewn, funky style that the producer made his name with, on his own Roska Kicks & Snares label. Between the manicured percussion, velveteen sub-bass and vocalist Himal's unforced, rich tones, 'Crossed Wires' oozes V.I.P. Now that the Londoner's trademark knack for elegant, minimalism has been re-deployed into the making of an understated floorfiller, you can almost picture Roska and the Rinse crew toasting the good life in palatial digs. 

'Crossed Wires' features on Roska's upcoming 4-track Crossed Wires EP, out August 18th on Rinse.