Ethereal Motion's founder, Scott Ross, is an accomplished engineer and producer from Washington who has recorded over 400 records to date, 8 of which went Gold. Ethereal Motion's music blends melodic grooves, atmospheric progressions, live drum loops, tasteful keyboard layers, and horn sections, always providing an esoteric musical soundscape. This artist covers a number of genres, including New Age, Industrial, Rock, Country, Disco, and Funk -- and each track tells a story that would complement any contemporary film, TV, documentary, indie, and a host of new media applications.
Scott Ross spent 10 years living in LA, and for the last 15 years he has resided in Seattle, Washington. He has traveled to England, Switzerland, Germany, France, Czechoslavakia, England, Canada, and Mexico to work with a variety of music acts. Past credits/artists he has worked with include: Andy Williams, Dr. John, Morris Day, Susannah Hoffs, Frank Stallone, Nichelle Nichols, The Olympics, Gladys Horton, Bill Champlin, Rod McKuen, Linda Blair Los Tiranos Del Norte, Lalo Y Los Descalzos, and many many more.
Fun and upbeat electro pop tune about the coming of spring and the pretty flowers it represents. Intertwining keyboard layers represents how the earth gets itself ready for the coming seasons. The busy percussion tracks simulate what bees do in the spring to get ready for honey production. Instrumental, Electronic, Electropop
A fun instrumental dance track with catchy synth melodies. Good for any kind of club or dance scene. Fun melodic content. This song has a bit of a 70's disco flavor to it. Sprite and enjoyable. The bridge section gets down! Stimulating and vibrant. Instrumental, Electronic, Electropop
Groovy chill song with melodic and somber guitar and sax melodies. Good driving song. Bigger bridge and chorus sections. Moody and effervescent. Good for any psychedelic movie or television soundtrack. Real drums loops fused with electronic synths add an interesting and different flavor. Instrumental, Electronic, Progressive Electronic