MUSIC FOR PEOPLE WHO FEEL TOO MUCH
'BEAUTY IN THE SPACES' OUT 21.01.21
"Music for people who feel too much"
Rxth (pronounced Ruth) is a U.K. based singer-songwriter, writing music for people who feel too much.
Stylistically alt-pop, meets singer-songwriter, with sultry vocals, beats, and heart.
Influences such as Kate Bush, Portishead, Nine Inch Nails, and Tori Amos reveal themselves in subtle ways.
Rxth's lyrical themes range from emotional explorations, human nature, and self-reflection, to questions of consciousness and where we came from.
With a keen interest in the big questions in life, her influences extend beyond personal and musical ones, to include thought leaders such Joe Dispenza, Scott Mandelker, and the Law of One material, which adds an interesting dimension and perspective to her lyrics.
Captivated by themes of transformation and the power of the mind, Rxth's aim is that her music leaves you better than it found you and to remind you that you aren't alone with your big feelings and big questions.
Support for RXTH's recent releases has had radio support from BBC Introducing: The South, and she has twice been a featured artist on BBC Sussex and Surrey. Beauty in the spaces was played on The Pete Jones show on Brighton Radio Reverb
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Singles 'Beauty in the Spaces' and 'Down by the River" available on Spotify and all good digital music platforms, now.
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