Lost Russle Makes Electronic Music So Easy

New Tune From Lost Russle To Be Premiered On BBC Introducing

Lee Barber || September 24th

 

Beginning with vibes not too far from the atmospheric drones of Stranger Things' 80's styled opening theme, So Easy tells instantly tells you that you're in for a velvety treat of a tune, and it's not long until the near-trademark effects and samples of electronic visionary Lost Russle kick in, whisking you away on a brand new adventure with one of Staffordshire's hottest talents.

Burtsing onto the scene in 2016 as a mindful 17 year old artist, Lost Russle reached the airwaves of BBC Radio One within weeks of dropping his debut release Henderson, and went on to be nominated for Best Solo Artist and also Best Single at the Music Awards of Staffordshire & Cheshire

Tunes such as Drag, and Charlie carry that unique Lost Russle sentiment, an exploration into new sounds and new music, and will no doubt one day be iconic and pioneering, while new track So Easy carries an eerie, experimental breakdown containing quintessentially English samples, doing nothing but highlighting the artist' abilities.

So Easy will be premiered exclusively on BBC Introducing from Stoke this evening (20:00-22:00), so be sure not to miss the next step in this budding career as Lost Russle flies the flag for progressive electronic music in Staffordshire, along with the likes of XO and Vidorra.