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Roshan

Photographer — Malaysia

Introduce yourself
My name is Roshan and I’m a photographer and co-founder of the record label SaturdaySelects based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Describe your style in 3 words?
Casual, comfortable and oversized!

What does the Fred Perry Shirt mean to you?
I think it means being part of a bigger collective of musicians and creatives that are just doing things they love.

When did you first dabble in the creative field?
I first dabbled in creative work when I picked up my first film camera around 7 years ago and I never looked back.

What inspires your work?
The people I’m around and the music I listen to every day inspires me to push my creative boundaries.

What is the first song you played on repeat?
The Beatles 'With A Little Help From My Friends'.

Who is your ultimate British musical icon?
Freddie Mercury and Queen.

What was the best gig you've been to?
It would have to be catching Jarreau Vandal and Mr Carmack in Singapore back in 2016.

A song that defines the teenage you?
Growing up listening to a lot of bands from the 70s and 80s, but tracks from Queen were definitely songs that defined my teenage years. If I had to pick one track, it would be 'The Show Must Go On' from Queen.

What bands have you been listening to recently?
I’ve been listening to a lot of Brockhampton and Hablot Brown.

'Anita' by Smino feat T-Pain.
I was super excited when my favourite up and coming rapper teamed up with an R&B legend for this track

'Murder' by ROMderful featuring Emmavie.
ROMderful is one of my favourite producers out there and this track has been on repeat since it came out.

'GOLD' by Brockhampton.
They’re my favourite boy band. Haha!

'Honey' by Raveena.
It’s amazing to see a singer of Indian heritage doing big things plus she’s going to be on Camp Flognaw!

'Blue Lights' by Jorja Smith.
Loved the use of the Dizzie Rascal sample on the track and her voice is absolutely amazing.

'Ladders' by Mac Miller.
Mac Miller is just a classic, feel-good rapper all around.

'What If I Go?' by Mura Masa
The music video for this song really represented the youth in London and it was a track I could relate to at the time it came out.

'Pink + Blue' by Andre 3000.
Andre 3000 was always ahead of his time in terms of production and with the uniqueness of this, makes it one of my favourites ever.

"In The Middle of Things' Sango ft. SPZRKT.
This track is a classic from the best EP from my favourite duo.

'Ctrl Alt Del' by Bakar
My friend Max from Hong Kong put me onto this, and the title of the song really caught my attention/

'Glowed Up' by Kaytranada feat Anderson .Paak.
Nothing can go wrong with Kaytranada and Anderson .Paak.

'SEE YOU AGAIN' by Tyler, The Creator
I fell in love with this song after watching Tyler perform it live on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert

Introduce yourself
My name is Roshan and I’m a photographer and co-founder of the record label SaturdaySelects based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Describe your style in 3 words?
Casual, comfortable and oversized!

What does the Fred Perry Shirt mean to you?
I think it means being part of a bigger collective of musicians and creatives that are just doing things they love.

When did you first dabble in the creative field?
I first dabbled in creative work when I picked up my first film camera around 7 years ago and I never looked back.

What inspires your work?
The people I’m around and the music I listen to every day inspires me to push my creative boundaries.

What is the first song you played on repeat?
The Beatles 'With A Little Help From My Friends'.

Who is your ultimate British musical icon?
Freddie Mercury and Queen.

What was the best gig you've been to?
It would have to be catching Jarreau Vandal and Mr Carmack in Singapore back in 2016.

A song that defines the teenage you?
Growing up listening to a lot of bands from the 70s and 80s, but tracks from Queen were definitely songs that defined my teenage years. If I had to pick one track, it would be 'The Show Must Go On' from Queen.

What bands have you been listening to recently?
I’ve been listening to a lot of Brockhampton and Hablot Brown.

'Anita' by Smino feat T-Pain.
I was super excited when my favourite up and coming rapper teamed up with an R&B legend for this track

'Murder' by ROMderful featuring Emmavie.
ROMderful is one of my favourite producers out there and this track has been on repeat since it came out.

'GOLD' by Brockhampton.
They’re my favourite boy band. Haha!

'Honey' by Raveena.
It’s amazing to see a singer of Indian heritage doing big things plus she’s going to be on Camp Flognaw!

'Blue Lights' by Jorja Smith.
Loved the use of the Dizzie Rascal sample on the track and her voice is absolutely amazing.

'Ladders' by Mac Miller.
Mac Miller is just a classic, feel-good rapper all around.

'What If I Go?' by Mura Masa
The music video for this song really represented the youth in London and it was a track I could relate to at the time it came out.

'Pink + Blue' by Andre 3000.
Andre 3000 was always ahead of his time in terms of production and with the uniqueness of this, makes it one of my favourites ever.

"In The Middle of Things' Sango ft. SPZRKT.
This track is a classic from the best EP from my favourite duo.

'Ctrl Alt Del' by Bakar
My friend Max from Hong Kong put me onto this, and the title of the song really caught my attention/

'Glowed Up' by Kaytranada feat Anderson .Paak.
Nothing can go wrong with Kaytranada and Anderson .Paak.

'SEE YOU AGAIN' by Tyler, The Creator
I fell in love with this song after watching Tyler perform it live on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert