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- Joined Sometimes Unjoined by Rozi Plain
8/10 Clinton Staff review, 21 November 2012
It’s Fence day here at the Towers, although this appears to be a split release with Need No Water. So I’ve seen the name bandied around but I’ve never heard Rozi Plain. She has an interesting sound, I’m trying to move the cogs around in my brain to attempt to explain it...
Okay, she’s a solo singer-songwriter using primarily guitar and voice but just as I write that in come some thumping drums. It’s kind of quirky and not all that folky so don’t go lumping it in with the usual lot. In fact Rozi was not raised on some east coast of Scotland hideaway and instead comes from the cultural mecca of Winchester.She plays lovely, slightly angular guitar that has a bit of a phasing effect on it that reminds me of early ‘80s stuff but she adds her beautiful voice and associated yelps and whistles to build up a sound more early-’00s-boutique-festival but in a very good way. There is a real individuality to the sound and due to that comparisons are awkward. Like most female singer songwriters theres the distant ghost of Joanna Newsom hanging around but her voice also reminds me of Pacific North West singing queen Mirah. The arrangements are kind of circular; sometimes ethereal, sometimes angular but always interesting.
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