By Mandy Rogers / Photo: Yael Fachler
London based synth pop tunesmith Christianoshi is breaking out his debut single.
The singer / musician with a penchant for inspiration from the 80’s retro music factory, releases “Trust” through Keep Out Recordings on August 1st.
Christianoshi has been compared with some of the most cherished 80’s electronic music makers and pop forces. In evidence on the debut release is a striking similarity to the peak popularity period of Erasure.
“Trust” is awash with the character of Erasure’s seminal sophomore album “The Circus”, from the brightly sequenced synths to the Andy Bell toned vocals, it’s cut from the same cloth and is mostly reminiscent of “It Doesn’t Have To Be Like That”.
As a debut this is a supreme effort, which is further packaged with remixes from the top draw. An impressive slice of jungley techno smoothness from Kryn and Krügen and an italo disco workout of full dance floor worthiness from Trademark.
“Trust” is surely a must buy for true synth pop lovers and will be available on various digital platforms from August 1st.
Whilst you can catch Christianoshi on the live circuit on August 14th, at "The Macbeth", Hoxton, London