Will Elle Maxwell turn Booth readers into fans with her very first feature? You’d better believe it—after all, as she puts it on this newly-released EP single, “There’s Nothing I Can’t Do.” Here, NightRyder crafts an appropriately determinatio-drenched instrumental to back the DMV up-and-comer and Booth fave Phil Adé as they exult in their feelings of omnipotence over the game. Digging it? There’s plenty more where this cut came from on The R.U.S.H. EP, released on the 15th and available now online.
Written by richard on 12/19/11
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