Perth-based artist Slow Bones has dropped his latest single, titled Anon, on 26 June. Ross Fraser, who has donned the stage name Slow Bones, has been creating music since 2021.
Ross produces instrumental hits, drawing in inspiration from various genres, which include; electronic, jazz, funk, hip-hop, and alternative.
The Scottish musician has had his music broadcast on BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Radio Scotland. He has also achieved a spot in The Herald’s Top 100 Tunes from Scotland in 2021, placing at number 25.
His newest work, Anon, is reminiscent of early 2000s gaming soundtracks with its mix of electronic and synth beats. The muted vocal tracks blend seamlessly with the instrumental, creating a soothing overall piece.
It is the type of song that you could imagine yourself listening to at sunset while having a barbecue on a beach. Anon is composed of a steady and constant flow of soft, relaxing beats to give you the ultimate feeling of serenity whilst you listen.
Slow Bones is a very promising artist with a big future ahead, a future that is looking for this style of music to be in it.
You can listen to Anon, which is out now, here.