"An electro pop act that is deeper than most" - Gay Times
Christianoshi is a London-based pop artist who is being hailed as a contemporary model of cherished electronic acts such as Depeche Mode, Erasure, Soft Cell, Pet Shop Boys and Rick Astley. As a melody-focused songwriter with underground production sensibilities and an impressive vocal, it's not difficult to imagine why.
His debut single 'Trust' is a favourite of BBC Radio 6 Music's Tom Robinson, while The VPME crowned its follow-up - 'Fool' - Track of the Day. Both releases are available to digitally download and are being promoted at shows across London including the revered Heavenly Recordings' establishment The Social and the legendary Royal Vauxhall Tavern.
Paradoxically launching on a platform for east London ball culture enthusiasts, Christianoshi's three-song set upon the catwalk of Shoreditch's SOS in 2011 showcased the results of studio sessions with co-producer L.D. May of acid house act Medicine 8. A publishing deal was forged on the strength of these tracks alone.
Subsequent collaborations with the likes of Anthony Chapman, who produced Klaxons' first EP, have led to The Playlist describing his music "colourful, cutely brash, hedonistic electro pop with a gorgeous undercurrent of vulnerability", while EQ Music Blog confirms "these beats are indeed sick".
Christianoshi is currently completing his debut album.
Christianoshi on iTunes : http://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/christianoshi/id545667052