Roska is one on his own. His own brand of house music laced with percussive mayhem, sub bass beauty and funky grooves, his sound is truly original. This might be partially down to the 'Roska' sample he slips into nearly all of his productions, but even without that, once those toms start hitting and that low slung house vibes kicks in, you know your listening to a Roska joint, so distinct is his craftsmanship.
He first began to attract attention in 2007, when DJs from the uprising funky scene began to take notice of Roska's raw and gritty early productions.
Strongly linked to his own personal history in grime, his syncopated and distinctly UK-rooted tracks swiftly became highlights of sets by tastemaking DJs Marcus Nasty and Supa D. In particular it was minimal, percussive jack track 'Feeline' - later released through his own Roska Kicks & Snares label - that took the underground by storm, followed by a cluster of subsequent riddims, including 'Elevated Levels' and 'In Your Handbag'.