Roses Gabor
Sparse but soulful songwriting from the newcomer...

Roses Gabor seems to dwell in suggestion.

Born to Grenadian parents, she was brought up around the sounds of vintage R&B and New Jack Swing, everyone from Stevie Wonder to D'Angelo.

Re-contextualising this in a deeply personal environment, her songwriting strips these sounds down to the bare bones, a kind of impressionistic take on future-soul.

Highly rated single 'Illusions' saw Roses Gabor work alongside Mercury winner Sampha, with new single 'Stuff' ending a short period of reflection.

The spider-like production casts an angelic web, only just holding the weight of Roses Gabor's endlessly evocative vocal.

Each note seems to stab home, with the pained introversion of her vocal dynamic set against a demand for communication.

Beautifully done, the track is matched to a video that lingers in the shadows - tune in now.

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