Soulful, brassy, barely in her twenties and signed to Rough Trade, south Londoner Roxanne Tataei is a hard act to follow. "I write my songs, like I'd write my diary," reads her website. Which would be true, if she had anytime to sit and navel gaze between supporting the likes of Roxy Music and Stevie Wonder...
Musically however, Rox does wear her heart on her sleeve, as her forthcoming debut LP 'Memoirs' attests; a mixture of jazzy licks, r'n'b melodies and good time rock steady, where Rox sings us through her own personal lovesick past and back into a pair blue suede size nines ready for a night out on the town. Hotly tipped at Latitude this year, she's spent the last few months in NYC working with Commissioner Gordon, whose previous exploits including knob twiddling for the likes of Damian Marley, KRS One and Lauryn Hill. Quite an accreditation - ignore at your peril.
“This south London singer's perky pop-soul tunes suggest that she may be an Amy, Adele or Duffy for 2010.” – the Guardian
"...One of music's hottest new stars." - the Telegraph
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