E-Z Rollers

E-Z Rollers in Talinn Estonia

From time to time, bands send “friend requests” to me through my MySpace profile.
I generally try to take a listen and give everyone a shot, so to speak. There’s been a few that have caught my ear. I thought it would be cool if I started posting some of the bands I think you should be checking out.

The other day, I got a request from Norwich, England-based, drum-n-bass crew, E-Z Rollers (Intercom Recordings). I checked them out and am definitely feeling the track, “Carousel.” Reminds me a bit of Hooverphonic. Smooth with energy and straight ahead, real vocals. It’s all about feeling the warmth, basking in the glow of sunshine. It’s a nice, pick-me-up track for late night set.

On “Rancho Notorious” and the Vocal Mix of “Mousetrap,” E-Z Rollers lay in electric guitars of a punk female vocal. A nice element of rock mixed with drum-n-bass. With that punk feel, it brings and edgy, different energy; upfront and in your your face without being too hard.

Check’em out when you get the chance. Def something interesting to start off the new year.

I especially liked their pic on stage in Talinn, Estonia. The home of Skype and Kazaa is quickly becoming one of the hottest spots to party in the world.

Check out E-Rollers yourself in this YouTube video:

Link to MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/ezrollers

Download Intercom Recordings Tracks from their DJ Download page: http://www.djdownload.com/labels/intercom/345

About Tony Zeoli

Tony Zeoli is a digital media strategist, innovator, and entrepreneur. He founded Netmix.com in 1995, which was considered by Billboard Magazine to be the "innovation and advancement of dance music on the Internet." Tony has innovated at the intersection of music and the Internet for the past thirty years as a project manager, product manager, information architect. He is also the founder of Digital Strategy Works, a WordPress web design and digital marketing agency in Asheville, NC.

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