Rotersand - Merging Oceans
Electro-Industrial Rotersand is releasing its first single, called 'Merging Oceans', which is full of electronic music that creates an atmosphere well fit for dancing. Rotersand is Rasc from The Fair Sex and Krischan J.E. Wesenberg who is quite well-known in the dance music world.

When I heard the first few words in the song I started to look for the information I had about Rotersand, because it sounded just like Tom Shear from Assemblage 23. I thought that it could have been one of his smaller projects, but I was wrong.

The CD starts with the original of "Merging Oceans". The beginning is soft and calm, but the song has a strong beat. Merging Oceans is simply perfect for the dance floor.

The second song, the S.O.P remix of the song "Sonic Agony", is a bit slow in the beginning but continues with an explosion of brutally heavy beats that would lead to an ecstasy on the dance floor. The fourth and last track is the original "Sonic Agony", a much calmer version than the remix.

The third track is called "Winter Paints it White". It's a calmer song, which wouldn't fit so well on the dance floor as the other ones, but the soft electronic voice makes it worth listening to.

I long for Rotersand's first album that is going to be released later this year. If it'll be half as good as i imagine, the CD will push Rotersand to the top in the electronic music world.

This review was written 2003 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Rotersand - Merging Oceans

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2003 by Endless-Records
Rotersand is releasing its first single, called 'Merging Oceans', which is full of electronic music that creates an atmosphere well fit for dancing. Rotersand is Rasc from The Fair Sex and Krischan J.E. Wesenberg who is quite well-known in the dance music world.

When I heard the first few words in the song I started to look for the information I had about Rotersand, because it sounded just like Tom Shear from Assemblage 23. I thought that it could have been one of his smaller projects, but I was wrong.

The CD starts with the original of "Merging Oceans". The beginning is soft and calm, but the song has a strong beat. Merging Oceans is simply perfect for the dance floor.

The second song, the S.O.P remix of the song "Sonic Agony", is a bit slow in the beginning but continues with an explosion of brutally heavy beats that would lead to an ecstasy on the dance floor. The fourth and last track is the original "Sonic Agony", a much calmer version than the remix.

The third track is called "Winter Paints it White". It's a calmer song, which wouldn't fit so well on the dance floor as the other ones, but the soft electronic voice makes it worth listening to.

I long for Rotersand's first album that is going to be released later this year. If it'll be half as good as i imagine, the CD will push Rotersand to the top in the electronic music world.

This review was written 2003 and initially published on Neurozine.com Jan 01 2003

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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