Roxiny is a NYC based singer/songwriter with a voice like battle cries and a sound born of primitive drum machines; intense and anxious, yet luminous. Before partnering with producers Chris Coady (Beach House, Future Islands, Santigold, Yeah Yeah Yeahs) and Jonathan Kreinik (Jean Miche, Jim Jarmusch) to work on her EP Rituals, Roxiny released the single "Phoenix" under Mass Appeal with Little Shalimar and Tunde Adebimpe of TV on the Radio.


As the only female artist featured on the Rubble Kings soundtrack, Roxiny shared space and made her mark amid the likes of Run the Jewels, Killer Mike, and Ghostface Killah. She became an instant standout on Pitchfork, which compared her voice to an early Santigold. Roxiny spent the remainder of 2016 completing Rituals between New York and Los Angeles. As a singer/songwriter and women's rights activist, she’s carving the way for a new kind of counterculture femme- embracing her power and raw femininity while honoring her life’s most intimate details between velvety vocals and howling like a banshee.

"The artists featured, Tunde Adebimpe of TV on the Radio and the singer/songwriter Roxiny (who sounds a little like early Santigold which is to say, amazing)"-  Pitchfork

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Singer/Songwriter, Women's Rights Activist