Thursday, April 8, 2010


Not long ago I brought you the smooth electronic stylings of young RocoBop on GrooveCity, and today I'm pleased to share with you the latest offering from this Sydney kid.

If you'll recall, his previous release, Eff Sharp was an ode to Tom Morrello from Rage Against the Machine teaching kids how to rock hard. In the same vain, RocoBop's newest song Plasma is an Electro anthem. The sound is reminiscent of Danger and Kavinsky with it's throwback electronic grunt and chord resolution, and on that note, is definitely best enjoyed with a cigarette in a pair of wayfarers. The effortless cool about this song is something all can enjoy.

Plasma - RocoBop

The production is extremely tight, and while the style is not ground-breaking, Plasma is as catchy as a high-speed car chase, and almost as dance floor dangerous. Really looking forward to big things of RocoBop in the future.

For more info friend him on MySpace if you still use it!

Get some.

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