Winning early recognition as a resident at Kompakt’s Total Confusion party in Cologne, Roosevelt, aka Marius Lauber (pictured above), saw first-hand the connections dance music forms between audiences. So he began blending Balearic beats with electro-pop– and now he’s ready to release his debut. From the bongo bounce of ‘Wake Up’ to the hazy ‘Fever’, it’s full of smooth, synth-laden summer anthems. Though influenced by New Order, Todd Terje and Metronomy, Roosevelt’s deep grooves with infectious vocal melodies are all his own.
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