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New Single "Flux" Out Now

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Ross Henry

 

Ross Henry is a Producer/Artist who crafts warm experimental electronic music out of the cracks in the floorboards.

Based in the inner west of Sydney, Ross hides away developing each track to have a sonic fingerprint of it’s own. By sampling, manipulating or playing whatever's close at hand, Ross laces his electronic tracks with a very warm, human aesthetic.

Following on from releasing his standout single ‘The Deep’, Ross' latest cut ‘Flux’ looks at the idea of the whole planet as a safe space. What cultivates them? Why and how do they move? What goes into dissolving or sustaining a cultural and physical sanctuary?

Having received support from Triple J, Beats 1, Fbi radio and hit Spotify's Global 50 most viral chart, Ross is certainly carving out a solid reputation for his craft.

Out Now ( itunes, Spotify, Soundcloud, Pandora, most places.


Overheard..

" **** A track which stands out from the pack for me at the moment. Lots of great space, and that hook draws you right in." Richard Kingsmill Triple J

 "Ross Henry’s brand of electro is as subtle as it is heavy hitting, effortlessly playing with expectations and creating a satisfying ride."
The Wild Honey Pie (USA)

 “Quickly garnering a reputation for his beats, the Sydney producer's new offering takes on experimental electronica-pop while showcasing his incredible vocals” The Music (AUS)

“The richly layered single combines Henry’s soft vocals with ambient instrumentation to wonderful results. Next time you need a little escape from everyday life, put this one on and tune out.”
Sunset in the Rearview (USA)  

"Sydney has a beautiful history of this kind of textured, left-field electronica and, whether he knows it or not, Ross Henry is carrying on that tradition and doing a great job at it." - Dom Alessio (Triple J)

 

 
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shows

I tend to play/organize intimate events in fun places not always posted here. If you'd like to come, join my mailing list and I'll keep you in the loop. I'll also shoot you free unreleased tunes. 

2017

19th May - FROYO Single Launch w/ Dead Language @ World Bar, SYD

03rd May - Sounds on the Terrace At the MCA, SYD.

24th March - Support - Kate Martin @ The Grace Darling.

17th March - Flux single launch - Knox street Bar, Syd. (Sold out)

4th Feb - Vic on the park, Syd - With Mirella's Inferno

27th Jan - The record Crate,Glebe,Syd -  With Owen Rabbit

22nd Jan - Secret gig in syd, emial ross@rosshenry.com for detials.

 

 

 

 

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Recent noise... 

 

The Deep - SIngle     

The Forester's House - single

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Sparse yet intricate, Ross weaves together a pallet of sounds that create a slow, intimate listening experience. The poetic lyrics are inspired by the letters of WW1 poet Wilfred Owen, penned during his time at the front. And yet, from such a somber subject comes a warmth; Ross takes us to the smokey candlelit cellar of the forester’s house and beyond.

 

These Moments - Antoine Dufour Reworked

2015

The weather in Sydney has been pretty crazy recently. We found ourselves taking cover inside the Vic Hotel surrounded by leaking lights and cheering crowds. We even came home to find a large tree had buckled under the wind, ripped down the backstreet power lines and crushed our small tin shed. I also made a snow man out of hail, he now lives on in our freezer.

Amongst all of this we sat in the kitchen illuminated by a few candles (no power) and had a few drinks. It was at this point that my mate Ned put on a track called “these Moments” by Antoine Dufour. I thought it as a great tune. I also thought it would make a great electronic track. So interestingly enough I kind of gave it a whole new meaning, I made a cover steeped in Sydney rain.

Original Track: www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQlyHbu0zz4

Pauvre Jesus-Christ (Ross Henry Remix)

2015

Made a remix of the increadibly infectious tune "Pauvre Jesus-Christ" by Henri salvador.


Step 1: Press play
Step 2: Recline
Step 3: Ease yourself into the weekend like it's a warm jazzy french bath ohhhhh yeah.
Repeat when necessary.