‘I try to reinvent/create a different aesthetic within this very codified world. I try to keep things surprising and adventurous with sound texture, melodies and grooves’ rRoxymore, Truancy Volume 133
In an era where electronic music so often finds itself borrowing from and rehashing the past, rRoxymore is one of a select few artists who not only continually looks to the future, but manages to sound like it as well.
Between the otherworldly textures that characterise her productions and the thrillingly percussive, jagged forms that her DJ sets take, the Berlin-based artist has firmly established herself as a singular voice in a dance music culture that she rightly identifies as often being too conservative.
Likewise, her ethos is reflected in her many involvements with projects that promote a collective impact from electronic music’s diverse community. As a part of the Decon/Recon project for example, rRoxymore, Paula Temple, and other like minded artists utilise a collective, non-hierarchical approach to create symbiotic, innovative, and club-primed productions.
She is also a founding member of the Room 4 Resistance collective, a queer-forward crew aiming to create dance floors hosted by, and populated with, ‘women-identified artists, gender queers, trans people, people of colour, and black people in leadership roles, without limiting itself to these categories.’
rRoxymore continues to push the boundaries of what appears available in the world and culture of underground electronic music, and we are beyond excited to welcome her to Brighton for an intimate show in a small dark room, at this edition of Fourth World.
Support comes in the form of an extended four-way b2b from Fourth World residents featuring:
CLUB NIGHT // 18+ // THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE IN KOMEDIA STUDIO BAR