Rising star Roe to release second EP
Thursday, 22 December 2016
A student from North West Regional College who is fast becoming a rising star in the music industry is set to release a three track EP of her own music in February. Roisin Donald, 17, known in the music world as Roe, has recently been critiqued in the music pages of The Irish Times and had her song 'Fake Ur Death' featured as track of the day on BBC Radio Ulster's Across the Line programme.
And now she wants to go even further. Ahead of her February release, Roe, who has been receiving rave reviews playing across the North West, is now adding three extra elements to her live performance using drum pads, a Mac and Loop Pedals.
“I've decided that music is what I want to do for my career," explained Roe, who is studying Music Performance Level 3 at NWRC.
“Next year I'm coming back to college to study for my HND or HNC.
“I just want to get heard because I love music and performing live.
“I am currently working on a new set with drum pads, a MAC and loop pedals on stage.
“I want to be able to play as much of the tracks live as I can. I don't want to just be another person with a guitar.
“I want people to have the whole experience when they see me on stage."
Roe's track 'Fake Ur Death' has been receiving attention since it was first featured on Stephen McCauley's show on BBC Radio Foyle.
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