Russ Liquid Release ‘Communication Breakdown’ as Final Single Ahead off World Gone Crazy EP Out Now on GRiZ’s All Good Records
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Following the first two singles from their World Gone Crazy EP, The Russ Liquid Test deliver again with Communication Breakdown.
Communication Breakdown is a spacey and raw production, paying homage to classical UK drum and bass with a Russ Liquid twist. Detuned synths greet listeners before a robotic voice leads the track into a head bobbing chorus.
The New Orleans-based trio are raising their flag with World Gone Crazy proving their utmost versatility. The ballad portrays Russ’s split attention to sonic timelessness – one ears towards the future with another rooted in the past. Russ Liquid’s ability to create different styles of music with radically opposite energies has earned the praise of collaborators, fans, and critics alike.
World Gone Crazy EP is set to release via electro-funk hero GRiZ’s All Good Records. Bridging the gap between live improvisational music and forward-thinking electronic beats, All Good has seen releases from The Floozies, Manic Focus, GRiZMATIK, Sunsquabi, and GRiZ himself.
In GRiZ’s own words, “Russ’s growth as a musician has been incredible. He’s sounding better than ever! Don’t believe me. Press play :)”
About All Good Records
Located in the heart of Detroit, All Good Records is a soulful & creative label that curates and develops the spread of thoughtful artistry to the world. They are a family that reps old-school Motown soul, future funk, new disco, cutting edge electronica, and anything on the forefront of sound.
About The Russ Liquid Test
Redefining the possibilities of modern music, The Russ Liquid Test fuses the raw vitality of classic funk and the inventive sound design of electronic production. Songwriter/producer and renowned brass specialist Russell Scott heads up the New Orleans-based band. Guitarist Andrew Block and drummer Deven Trusclair round things out, with each providing a distinct musical background deeply rooted in the New Orleans jazz scene.
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