Ross Christopher’s new 4-track EP, “Everything We Know Fades Away”, is a showcase for his recently discovered love of electronic music inspired by the likes of Hammock, Sleeping At Last, Explosions in the Sky, Bonobo, and Eluvium.
Growing up in Kansas City, MO, Ross Christopher found himself surrounded in an environment full of creativity, singing and playing instruments, fostered by his parent’s love of music. He began playing the violin at the age of 3, studying the Suzuki method, and by the time he reached middle school, he was playing in local youth symphonies and holding private concerts.
Ross studied violin at college after receiving a scholarship and gradually began composing, recording and producing music. He spent many years touring the world as an indie-folk singer/songwriter, being billed with groups like Sleeping at Last, Jars of Clay, Andrew Belle, Neulore, The Wallflowers, The Black Crowes, Sucre, and many more, but over the last few years Ross has found himself spending more time in the studio developing new styles and sounds for his music.
“Everything We Know Fades Away” is released as a digital-only EP on Heart Dance Records.