FiveSidedDice Releases Playful New EP, "Silly Songs for Clever Girls"

Roscoe Nefdt of Port Elizabeth has recently released a new EP titled "Silly Songs for Clever Girls" under his project FiveSidedDice. This EP is a colorful collection of unconventional love songs that incorporates electronic, alt-rock pop, punk rock, and indie rock components. Roscoe began his musical career in elementary school and has since refined his technique, borrowing inspiration from punk rock, pop punk, ska punk, and progressive rock artists such as Weezer, The Interrupters, and Porcupine Tree.

Roscoe's wide musical experience shines through in his spectacular performances with bands such as Undead Generation at prominent South African festivals. Currently, he is performing acoustic shows in Northamptonshire, England, while also representing his independent label, FiveSidedRecords, which organizes festivals and tours in South Africa.

The EP was recorded in FiveSidedRecords' studio in Gqeberha, South Africa, and mixed and mastered in Northamptonshire. The fun artwork by Trigrau_u wonderfully complements the eccentric, love-themed music.

"Silly Songs for Clever Girls" includes four tracks, each with its own distinct story. "Lil Miss Melancholy" depicts the narrative of a boy who pines for a melancholy girl, but "She's a Computer" is a clever song full of puns and innuendos. "The Crystal to My Meth" follows the odd relationship between a punk rocker and a hippie, while "Riddle Girl" is a ballad about a companion who communicates through riddles.

Despite technical hurdles, such as corrupted audio files that had to be meticulously restored via TeamViewer, the EP demonstrates Roscoe's passion and creativity. With its unconventional love songs, "Silly Songs for Clever Girls" is likely to melt even the coldest hearts.

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