Opening the EP is “Bouabre” with an all encompassing and hypnotic bassline beaconing the listener to the dancefloor, whilst melding together a glitchy vocal in true Moscoman style. Title track “Rob The Plants” hones in on Moscoman’s ability to fuse together a range of techniques, culminating in a dancefloor ready heavy hitter. An addictive and driving bassline plays on throughout, whilst a catchy vocal and warm guitar licks are intertwined. Gradually increasing in intensity and closing the EP “Nishar Levad” is an emotionally charged offering ladened with atmospheric synths, haunting guitar chords and an inviting groove.
“Rob The Plants” is at once psychotropic & playful, deep yet fun, sonically outlandish yet super catchy. It’s everything you want in a record!
STAFF COMMENTSMatt says: Moscoman turns out a fresh and fun set of big room party tracks that'd equally be at home on Ransom Note or Me Me Me - drawing comparisons from Bawrut, Man Power and Red Axes with an intoxicating stew of electronic elements certain to please the more inebriated reveller.
A2. Rob The Plants
B1. Can You Dig It
B2. Nishar Levad