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We The Beat presents Roosevelt (Live)

Aug 9, 2024 at 7:00 PM to Aug 10, 2024 at 2:00 AM

Swan Dive Las Vegas
1301 S Main St.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89104

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Swan Dive & We The Beat present

Roosevelt (Live)

Las Vegas, NV

Fri, August 9

Doors 7pm

21+

Join us on Friday, August 9th for the official Grand Opening of Swan Dive with a special live performance from the nu disco legend himself, Roosevelt! With an unmatched second-story view in the Arts District, a new and improved outdoor patio experience, plus delicious, reasonably priced cocktails served up by our incredible staff - come celebrate Las Vegas' new home for music, culture, and community downtown. Tell a friend, snag a ticket, and don't miss out on this sure to be unforgettable night for the city. The future of concerts downtown is here.

Roosevelt Bio

Electronic artist Roosevelt has shared his single, the anthemic ‘Ordinary Love’, which is also his debut release on Ninja Tune’s Counter Records imprint.

Roosevelt, is the artist moniker for Marius Lauber. The German producer, instrumentalist, vocalist and DJ’s kaleidoscopic new track weaves together funky bass, shoegaze-leaning guitars, vibrant synths and a stadium-sized chorus, with the psychedelic fusion combining to transcendent effect.

“I wanted to create some kind of urgency that resembles the euphoria of a new love, with all its bliss but also the uncertainty that comes with it,” he says of the track. 

Having left his studio in Cologne in search of new inspiration, the track was written in an isolated cabin in the Elysian Heights of Los Angeles.

Layering many synths together, Roosevelt originally called the single ‘Wall Of Sound’ when he was working on the initial demo. Sonically, the idea of the sound of the sirens, which are played on a vintage Prophet 5, came as he wanted to “create an underlying feeling of instability.

“It worked out as a great contrast to the melodic chords,” Roosevelt adds, “as there's always a slight disharmony going on throughout the track”.

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