Genres: Dance, Electronic, Neo-Classical
Contact: Josh Gregg



The Hamburg artist Rosbeh comes from the border area of the completely free-spirited musical work, because it is based on a profound understanding of harmony as well as technical know-how: "I don't come from the electronic field, but from the classical piano area. I've been practicing Mozart, Bach and Beethoven since I was six and realized early on that I always had my own voice in my head that kept telling me: 'Play this melody like this!' or 'Make the phrasing completely different '. From that, the point of composing your own pieces came naturally.” His detachment from given classical literature began early, around the age of ten. In a row, piano pieces were created that can be counted among the neo-classical with a clear conscience. When Rosbeh came of age, he began to discover the possibilities of electronic sound production. In the course of the last few years, an extensive catalog of tracks, songs and compositions was created, which became more and more special, unique and unmistakable. They tell of his great compositional quality as well as of his talents for combining richly decorated music with oppressive floor filler beats and thus creating a rare duality of compositional demands and transcendently repetitive letting go. Pieces that breathe and live, that flash and engage the listener at the same time, that stimulate and soothe - and of which he has only published a fraction so far. This, however, with a remarkably massive response: Many of his tracks have streaming numbers of between one and 4.5 million plays on Spotify, international stars of club culture such as Diplo or Oliver Heldens supported him and his tracks. All successes that Rosbeh is rightly proud of, "because I've achieved everything up to this point on my own, without a record company, PR agency or any social media teams behind me.“

Not least because of his extremely high output - on a good day Rosbeh likes to write three new compositions - his first longplayer was more than overdue. Welcome to the enchantingly rich sound world of "Fortunate Day", to twelve incredibly complex and varied tracks between classic and techno, ambient and breakbeats, quotes from Persian music culture that he got from his parents, and songs decorated with incredibly beautiful guest vocals. Consequently: To a remarkable compression of all his previous experiences and knowledge, experiments and investigations, which presents a young artist who has already found such his own, unmistakable sound language on his debut that one can only be amazed.

The title already shows how much this album reflects Rosbeh's personality that has become music: "Fortunate Day" is the (free) English translation of his Persian name - and at the same time describes exactly the basic feeling that Rosbeh wants to trigger with his music: "It's my goal to help listeners to have a nice day with my music. It may sound a bit pathetic, but I want to bring positivity into this world. There is so much shit these days, everyone has to think about so many constraints and overcome obstacles and it would give me great pleasure to know that my music inspires to be with yourself and to reconnect with the beautiful aspects of life and being pushed.“