EDM producer Roosevelt continues to ready his self-titled album. All of which he’s carrying off with an attack of creative pop flavours, as varied as a tub of pick ’n’ mix.

From lounge beats through to club envisaged pop. The savvy German producer steers a wealth of know-how into the invention of his long playing creation. Seen over by countdown singles “Hold On”, “Night Moves” and “Colours”.

Kindly enough Marius has squeezed another one out in “Fever”, which hits the head on the nail of transcending pop vibed excite.

As the focus shifts to a jaunty rhythmic flow, parallels can be drawn a little to that of Portland, Oregon’s much celebrated remixer/producer RAC, otherwise known as André Allen Anjos. Notable in part for the same served golden sweep of sunshine piqued nature in evidence, Roosevelt’s “Fever” extends to the retro of 80’s pop once given out by of the era figureheads by likes of Tears For Fears and The Human League at their most dance ridden heights.

Dewy and pop levered with aplomb, Roosevelt has given us that song which will cut down the journey time travelling down to the beach, when this EDM gem is switched on.