The Roscoe Experiment

The Roscoe Experiment

Electronic Electronica Breaks Big Beat Breakbeat
'Post Club Electro or Dance Music for People Who Can't Dance' The Roscoe Experiment was started in 2004, and continues to this day... the exact aim of the project remains, as yet, unclear. Initial reports suggest that early experiments involved locking a guitarist, Fat Dave, alone in a room with just a sampler, the end result? 2004's 'Ambient (ish) electro' release "I'm Over There". It has become clear that The Roscoe Experiment has been expanded... More Info »
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'Post Club Electro or Dance Music for People Who Can't Dance'

The Roscoe Experiment was started in 2004, and continues to this day... the exact aim of the project remains, as yet, unclear.

Initial reports suggest that early experiments involved locking a guitarist, Fat Dave, alone in a room with just a sampler, the end result? 2004's 'Ambient (ish) electro' release "I'm Over There".

It has become clear that The Roscoe Experiment has been expanded...

2005's 'Stereo-Prequel' "There I Am..." saw The Roscoe Experiment return with more of their unique brand of Post-Club Electro. In true prequel style it was Faster and Louder, with Bigger Beats and More Sci-Fi...

The Explosions Were Bigger too...

Featuring tracks like 'The Barnhouse Effect' and 'Stone Sniffer' it demonstrated a more upbeat, yet sinister side to the 'Roscoe' sound.

The Roscoe Experiment continues...

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