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Arrica Rose

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Amazing Record!

Arrica Rose's cover of the Bee Gee's "Tragedy" is AMAZING. I will not be surprised to hear "Be" as the next Cover Girl theme song. I'll Love you Forever & other lies is my favorite. Clever lyrics and gorgeous melody!

Cover Lay Down Review

Cover Lay Down was one of the first blogs to tout Arrica Rose last year; it was hard not to rave, given how well her cover of Tom Waits stacked up against the competition. Now, after a year building buzz with the likes of Paste Magazine and iTunes on the strength of her previous full-length outing La La Lost, Arrica Rose is back with Pretend I’m Fur, a seven song EP rich and consistent enough to stand in for a full album, and though it doesn’t drop until Monday, I just couldn’t wait to spread the word. Less grungy and a little more introspective than Arrica’s last outing, Pretend I’m Fur is deceptively gentle on the surface, but as before, there’s a poetry of strength driving the songwriting, and the shimmery indiepop production that producer Dan Garcia brings to the project is a perfect complement to Arrica’s fragile, gorgeously broken voice and confessional lyrics. The result is a stunning EP that rings of the best of Feist, Lisa Loeb, and Melissa Etheridge all at once. I especially like the Bee Gees cover; it’s playful and sweet, with more than a hint of Etheridge in its understated guitarpop production and vocal style. As with Arrica’s Tom Waits cover, it offers a perfect deconstruction, breathtakingly transforming the tragic disco ballad into something intimate, full of longing and eminently radio-ready.

A Masterpiece!

Love the album...all the different and unique beats and sounds blend together to produce incredible results. Truly a masterpiece. Kudos to Dan Garcia, producer (Radio Hill Recording Studio) for fabulous production and to Arrica Rose for her touching and soulful delivery of absolutely beautiful lyrics and melodies! Good luck!


Born: San Fernando Valley, CA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s

Arrica Rose's compositions are laced with subtle, gentle vocals and contributions from a lo-fi backing band known as "the ...'s" (or "the Dot Dot Dots"). As a child, Rose listened to the sounds of Frank Sinatra's New York, New York and immersed herself in mystery novels. She received her first guitar at the age of 15 and honed her musical skills with Uxby, an adolescent California-based band that managed to score shows alongside Hoobastank, Jimmy Eat World, and Commander Venus. Following her high-school...
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