Returning back to his New York techno beginnings, Roger Sanchez's latest single "My Roots" showcases his original house sound with a blend of modern influences. Sanchez says "I went back to my grimy, dirty jackin' house sounds with this one, and it's very representative of my DJ'ing technique with builds, big bass line drops and huge soaring vocals," which is exactly what this song offers.
This visually stunning music video was directed by Sherif Higazy, a film student at University of Southern California. The art direction of the video goes well with the theme of the song, as it shows classic New York landscapes and vynil records being revived by splashes of vivid color.
"My Roots" is now available on Beatport.
This single follows his well recepted "Troubleman" release and his recent "Release Yourself ‘13" compilation. Roger Sanchez will be returning to the Americas in November for some tour dates, which can be seen below.