Whether on stage, on record or deep in the collaborative process, the musical lexicon of
rRoxymore develops with frequency and pace. As respected for her esoteric, offbeat club
records as her semi-improvised live performances, the sheer expansiveness at the heart of
rRoxymore’s work has marked her as a vital artist on the fringes of contemporary club culture.
rRoxymore’s future accolades include her highly anticipated sophomore album, Perpetual Now,
due for release on Smalltown Supersound on November 4, 2022. Her acclaimed productions
include the EP I Wanted More for Aus Music, contributions to Tresor’s 30th anniversary
compilation, a remix of E-Dancer's "Human Bond" on Drumcode Records, and her celebrated
2019 debut album, Face to Phase, which was highly rated by Pitchfork and Resident Advisor. In
a live setting rRoxymore has thrilled with performances for leading-edge festivals Atonal in
Berlin and Festival Musica in Strasbourg, original productions curated by SOS MUSIC and On
Loop, and commissioned projects in collaboration with Austrian choreographers Ian Kaler and
Sweden’s Stina Nyberg.
rRoxymore’s sound may radically evolve, yet her principles as an artist remain rooted in
experimentation, community and a committed social consciousness. This approach is shot
through the bands and DJ booths of her youth, her longstanding residency with Berlin collective
Room 4 Resistance, her position as a core artist on UK label Don’t Be Afraid, and projects in
tandem with artists from alternative and queer culture, like Planningtorock and Decon/Recon.
Pushing forward to larger and more diverse audiences with her music, yet possessed of the
clarity of vision and humble urge to experiment, rRoxymore continues to be defined only as an
artist who exists outside of common boundaries.