rRoxomore’s music is an intriguing one-off blend of contrasting textures - organic and synthetic, icy and warm - a fresh future step in dance music.
Real name Hermione Frank, she released her epic 10 minute debut “Wheel of Fortune“ in the summer of 2012, which came via a split 12” alongside Planningtorock’s "Patriarchy Over & Out” (Human Level / DFA Records). Returning to Planningtorock’s Human Level label, rRoxymore released her first official EP entitled Precarious/Precious, in 2013, featuring four tracks that combine nervous grooves, witchy cosmic synth lines, twisted snippets of acoustic instruments, and other signature sounds.
Frank began producing music back in Montpellier together with a friend in a disused garage - a starting point that can still be traced within the atmosphere of her music. Her music maintains a raw, almost dirty quality, which merges uniquely together with deeply stirring and psychedelic energy. Frank dug deep into sample culture during her first musical experiments, using the Akai 950 and Cubase on Atari, at the same time as DJing regularly in and around Montpellier, mixing organic jazz and funk with electronic grooves. Between long raves, diaphoretic live shows, DJ sets, garage sessions and countless hours in the studio, Frank soon left all sampling behind and began to play feelings direct via her synth.
In 2014 the artist moved to Huntleys & Palmers to release her "Ministry of Silly Talks" single as part of a mini compilation. She concurrently busied herself with several remixes, notably for The Knife, Perera Elsewhere, and Lafawdah.
Live, rRoxymore departs behind her synths into another dimension and creates rhythms and sounds that take you into a world that makes you forget your own.