Her pure energy has earned her a reputation as one of the most vital DJs on the fringes of contemporary club culture, with a style rooted in experimentation, collaboration and a keen social conscience.
Whether on stage, on an album or in a collaboration, rRoxymore’s musical ideas move at such high speed and frequency that it can be hard to keep up. In addition to working with pioneering labels like Timedance and Ostgut Ton, rRoxymore has found a home as a key artist on the UK label Don't Be Afraid, for which she has released albums that capture dance music’s history and complex future. Aspiring to reach larger and more diverse audiences through her music, but with the same clarity of vision and desire to experiment, rRoxymore continues to define herself simply as an artist outside of common boundaries and a constantly evolving producer with something authentic to express.
rRoxymore’s compelling and psychedelic DJ sets have taken her to some of the world’s most respected club spaces, including Berghain, Concrete, De School, Fabric and MOMA’s PS1 series, as well as various dance and experimental festivals such as Unsound, Mira, Nuits Sonores, Dimensions, Mutek and Freerotation.
02 July 2022Screenings, Films ‘Cryptozoo’, by Dash Shaw
Awarded at Sundance, the Berlinale and the Sitges festival, Cryptozoo is a psychedelic animated adventure set in the (…)
03 July 2022Concerts Francisco López
Francisco López is internationally recognised as one of the most relevant figures on the experimental music and sound (…)
09 July 2022Screenings, Films ‘The Hunger’, by Tony Scott
A cult vampire classic with a glittering love triangle: Susan Sarandon, David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve.
16 July 2022Screenings, Films ‘Atlantique’, by Mati Diop
Drama directed by French-Senegalese filmmaker Mati Diop that uses fantasy to address the tragedy of immigration and its (…)
17 July 2022Concerts Jessica Ekomane
In Ekomane’s installations and live performances, sound acts as an element that transforms the space and the (…)
23 July 2022Screenings, Films ‘Critters’, by Stephen Herek
A classic 1980s B-movie whose evil space creatures became video-rental horror icons.
24 July 2022Concerts Muqata’a
Muqata’a’s sets combine field recordings made in occupied Palestinian territory, drum and bass, trip hop, jungle (…)
30 July 2022Screenings, Films ‘Demons’, by Lamberto Bava
A group of people are invited to preview a horror flick (…)
31 July 2022Concerts Bella Báguena
Pop imagery, organic textures, lights, sound reverbs, the sea and water, hormones, tears, love stories and drama are (…)
06 August 2022Screenings, Films ‘Body Snatchers’, by Abel Ferrara
This third film adaptation of Jack Finney’s novella The Body Snatchers uses the metaphor of an alien invasion to (…)
07 August 2022Concerts Odete
Odete’s sets are somewhere between anime soundtracks with lots of reverb, distorted voices telling tales of (…)
20 August 2022Screenings, Films ‘The Hole’, by Tsai Ming-liang
A musical tragicomedy about loneliness and isolation against an apocalyptic backdrop, where a strange disease causes (…)
21 August 2022Concerts Masma Dream World
Influenced by her multi-ethnic heritage, Masma Dream World’s live performances blend vocal and electronic (…)
27 August 2022Screenings, Films ‘Titane’, by Julia Ducournau
Titane won the Palme d’Or at the 2021 Cannes Festival (…)
28 August 2022Concerts Colleen
Colleen presents her recently released seventh album, The Tunnel and the Clearing (…)