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Monika Roscher Bigband
'Starlight Nightcrash'
14 March 2023 5 mins 46s

If any band knows about strength in numbers, it’s Monika Roscher Bigband. The eighteen-strong group flits between jazz, avant-pop, and electronica, though other genres sneak into the equation as well. Unsurprisingly, new single 'Starlight Nightcrash' is anything but straightforward.

A modified Casio keyboard helps the song travel between the past, the present, and the future, emitting sounds that are familiar and other-worldly in equal measure. When the big band roars into life, electronic signals suggest aliens want to join in.

Roscher's glacial vocals do offer something to latch on to, as does director Patrick Buhr's microbial music video. Inspired by marine biology and old-school educational films, Buhr crafts a world full of odd forms, chain reactions, and expressive organisms.

Product Category: Promos

Territory: UK


  Monika Roscher Bigband - 'Starlight Nightcrash'


Monika Roscher Bigband
'Starlight Nightcrash'
14 March 2023 5 mins 46s

If any band knows about strength in numbers, it’s Monika Roscher Bigband. The eighteen-strong group flits between jazz, avant-pop, and electronica, though other genres sneak into the equation as well. Unsurprisingly, new single 'Starlight Nightcrash' is anything but straightforward.

A modified Casio keyboard helps the song travel between the past, the present, and the future, emitting sounds that are familiar and other-worldly in equal measure. When the big band roars into life, electronic signals suggest aliens want to join in.

Roscher's glacial vocals do offer something to latch on to, as does director Patrick Buhr's microbial music video. Inspired by marine biology and old-school educational films, Buhr crafts a world full of odd forms, chain reactions, and expressive organisms.

Product Category: Promos

Territory: UK



Monika Roscher Bigband 14 March 2023
'Starlight Nightcrash' 5 mins 46s

by Andrew MacGregor

If any band knows about strength in numbers, it’s Monika Roscher Bigband. The eighteen-strong group flits between jazz, avant-pop, and electronica, though other genres sneak into the equation as well. Unsurprisingly, new single 'Starlight Nightcrash' is anything but straightforward.

A modified Casio keyboard helps the song travel between the past, the present, and the future, emitting sounds that are familiar and other-worldly in equal measure. When the big band roars into life, electronic signals suggest aliens want to join in.

Roscher's glacial vocals do offer something to latch on to, as does director Patrick Buhr's microbial music video. Inspired by marine biology and old-school educational films, Buhr crafts a world full of odd forms, chain reactions, and expressive organisms.

Product Category: Promos

Territory: UK