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Ross From Friends - Family Portrait mp3 track

MP3 1436 mb. | FLAC 1536 mb. | WMA 1263 mb.

Performer: Ross From Friends
Title: Family Portrait
Country: Europe
Released: 2018
Style: House, Deep House, Lo-Fi, Tech House
Category: Electronic
Rating: 4.4 ✦

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Happy Birthday Nick 1:37
A2 Thank God I'm A Lizard
Saxophone, Written-By [Saxophone] – John Dunk
A3 Wear Me Down 5:19
B1 The Knife 3:33
B2 Project Cybersyn 5:09
B3 Don't Wake Dad
Saxophone, Written-By [Saxophone] – John Dunk
C1 Family Portrait 1:42
C2 Pale Blue Dot 3:58
C3 Back Into Space 3:11
C4 Parallel Sequence 5:23
D1 R.A.T.S. 5:29
D2 The Beginning 5:54

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Brainfeeder
  • Copyright (c) – Brainfeeder
  • Published By – Copyright Control


  • Artwork – Lee Marshall
  • Written-By, Producer – Ross From Friends


Made in the EU

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC-12885
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5054429133592

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BFCD071 Ross From Friends Family Portrait ‎(CD, Album) Brainfeeder BFCD071 Europe 2018
BFCD071 Ross From Friends Family Portrait ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Brainfeeder BFCD071 UK 2018
none Ross From Friends Family Portrait ‎(12xFile, MP3, Album, 256) Brainfeeder none 2018
BRC-574 Ross From Friends Family Portrait ‎(CD, Album) Brainfeeder, Beat Records BRC-574 Japan 2018

Family Portrait by Ross From Friends, released 27 July 2018 1. Happy Birthday Nick 2. Thank God I'm A Lizard 3. Wear Me Down 4. The Knife 5. Project Cybersyn 6. Family Portrait 7. Pale Blue Dot 8. Back Into Space 9. Parallel Sequence 10. . 11. Ross From Friends - Don't Wake Dad 12. The Beginning Having recently made his inaugural outing on Brainfeeder with Aphelion EP, British producer Ross From Friends aka Felix Clary Weatherall returns with his debut album on Flying Lotus’ label. The album also finds Felix recording his own voice for the first time, with the resulting tracks acting as snapshots of his personal life while recording. Every time I went to make music the things which would really grab me are the emotional things, and while I’m in that place I felt I could really focus on the track.

Family Portrait, Weatherall's debut album, is another step forward. Family Portrait, which took over two years to make, was inspired by a trip Weatherall's parents took in 1990, before he was born, throwing soundsystem parties across Europe, and also by the dance music they played in the house as he grew up. You can hear these influences in the fragments of rave, breakbeat, hip-hop and electronic pop among the LP's house tracks. This is definitely the most consciously personal music I've made," he said recently. I wanted to do something that could actively.

But with Family Portrait, Weatherall’s Brainfeeder full-length debut, he also pines for something else from the past: his own parents’ courtship and relationship to dance music. His father built his own soundsystem in the late 1980s, staging hi-NRG dance parties at various squats around London before embarking on a European trip with a friend of a friend who would one day become Weatherall’s mother. In looking back on electronic music’s history, Ross From Friends emulates some of its finest practitioners, albeit imperfectly. The slow, shaken bells on the title track bring to mind Four Tet’s Rounds, but without the same sort of wistfulness. And while Weatherall conjures the eerie, childlike chimes and subliminal whispers of Boards of Canada on . he can’t quite pull off their sense of the uncanny.

Ross from Friends may have won the silly name sweepstakes of the late-2010s underground house scene, but like his peers DJ Seinfeld and DJ Boring, the quality of his music transcends the gimmickry. Family Portrait is his proper debut full-length, and it builds on past successes like the viral hit "Talk to Me You'll Understand" and The Outsiders (a double EP so good that it could've easily passed as a proper album), introducing new levels of complexity and emotional depth to his sound  . Family Portrait is an uncommonly original album, keeping listeners guessing while making a significant, sometimes unexpected emotional impact.

In stock now for same day shipping. Lo-fi house hero Ross From Friends presents his debut album for Flying Lotus' Brainfeeder imprint - this follows up the terrific Aphelion EP he presented on the label earlier this year. Dance music was always around during his childhood, where he grew up learning about music from his dad - who apparently had a penchant for banging out hi-NRG tracks on the decks.

Family Portrait by Ross from Friends. Released 27th July 2018 on Brainfeeder. Having recently made his inaugural outing on Brainfeeder with Aphelion EP, British producer Ross From Friends aka Felix Clary Weatherall returns with his debut album on Flying Lotus’ label. Family Portrait" is characterised by a perpetual desire to experiment and Felix's obsessive attention to detail, somehow marrying an intricately layered production style with warm, heavily saturated sonics that elevate, rather than stifle, his melodious funk.