Multi-instrumentalist Roselien creates a universe of her own in her new EP “Seventh Ascension”, fusing Funk, R&B, rare groove and jazz influences with drum samples of Dr Dre and Timbaland, a Roland JX3P synthesiser and Ableton.

The songs are a reflection on her time in London, after moving from Brussels to London to pursue a career in music, she initially had to work as a kitchen designer for Ikea and hand out flyers for a living. At the same time, studying the ins and outs of music production and working hard on her skills as a musician, beat programmer and singer. Her emotions and struggle are expressed in the four songs, which were not only self-produced, Roselien played every instrument you can hear on the EP.

Roselien has opened for artists such as Meshell Ndegeocello, Gregory Porter, The Jones Girls, Bilal and Gabriel Garzon Montano, Roselien has taken her mesmeric live show to The Jazz Cafe, Rich Mix, LayLow, Kansas Smitty’s, The Lexington and Piano Smithfield’s as well as venues in Brussels such as Ancienne Belgique, Le Botanique, Reflektor in Liège and Rotterdam venues Bird and Lantarenvenster. Her latest release “Loving” was premiered by Erica McKoy on Worldwide FM and remixed by Kaidi Tatham (once dubbed "the UK's Herbie Hancock").

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