New Artist Reviews: Goste

January 14, 2015 5:13 PM

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The genre of electronic music has vastly evolved since the early days of techno. It is no longer simply an underground phenomenon but now a trusted method of production spanning almost every style of music. Talented musicians such as James Blake have combined soulful lyrics and melodies with electronically produced sounds. This fusion has changed the perception of how music is made as well as the perception of electronic music as a respected genre. Brooklyn-based artist goste is an experimental electronic music producer. His sounds have been compared to that of James Blake, Mount Kimbie, Chet Faker, Helado Negro, Prefuse 73 and even Tom Waits. Though goste's similarities to these artists is apparent, they do not wholly speak for the true depth of his sound.

Goste (Owen Ross) is quickly accelerating in success. With a U.S. and European tour already under his belt for his record Deleted Scenes which was released in 2013, his six track EP titled Eugene has already found a home in the ears of many underground aficionados. Goste is not only a skilled produc...

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