Arrica Rose’s Technicolour Blue EP lands the #1 slot on the NACC Chill Chart for its 3rd Week in a Row
Indie-artist Arrica Rose & the …’s latest self-released album, Technicolour Blue, is a cinematically dreamy 6-song EP that captured the #1 slot on NACC Chill Chart for the last 3 weeks in a row, in addition to spending its first 4 weeks on the NACC Overall Top 200.
Los Angeles, CA. (PRUnderground) March 15th, 2021
California-based indie-artist Arrica Rose & the …’s latest release, Technicolour Blue, is a cinematically dreamy 6-song EP that captured the #1 slot on NACC Chill Chart for the last 3 weeks in a row, in addition to spending its first 4 weeks on the NACC Overall Top 200. Arrica Rose releases music independently via her own label, pOprOck records, so it’s a true DIY success story. “At times it’s difficult to wear different hats and run my own label, even more challenging these days,” says Rose. “But it also affords me the autonomy to make the music I want to make.”
The songs on Technicolour Blue flow from retro-tinged pop to Americana balladry to vintage rock ‘n’ roll and are hard to pigeonhole in terms of genre; but they’re all cohesively dressed up in ethereal soundscapes and sultry vocals, which in and of itself has become Rose’s signature style. This latest EP is comprised of 5 originals as well as a cover that’s a mash-up of “Over the Rainbow“, “For What it’s Worth“, and “Ohio” into a powerful reimagined protest song. Rose coined the name the …’s (say dot dot dots) to describe the collaborative nature of her project and the contribution of a variety of esteemed musicians.
Arrica Rose isn’t a brand new artist or an overnight success story but she’s been continually releasing an impressive body of work, working hard at her DIY label, and seeing results. Along with landing on the NACC charts, her music has garnered praise from iTunes, LA Weekly, LA Record and many more. It landed on several ‘Best of Lists’ and Consequence of Sound described her track “Nothing Nada Nothing” as one of the best indie-rock tracks of the year. Her cover of the Bee Gee’s “Tragedy” was featured by Esquire.com as one of “the best covers of all time”. Arrica Rose & the …’s music has also been featured on MTV’s Real World, MTV’s Road Rules, The CW’s Nikita, NBC’s Lipstick Jungle, NikeWomen.com, and the upcoming indie-film Lorelei.
“[Arrica Rose] deserves to be famous. There’s not a bad song on this dreamy, ethereal, beautifully sung album…” – Jeff Burger, NO DEPRESSION
“a constant treat of tranquil elegance.” – iTUNES Official Review
“With solid backing from her band The …’s (The Dot Dot Dots), Arrica Rose has cemented her position in the canon of great singer-songwriters.” Chuck Foster THE BIG TAKEOVER
In addition to her music, Arrica Rose is founder of I HEART Inc, an artist- operated non-profit that raises money for charitable programs by helping independent artists give back to their community through creative projects and events. Rose has garnered an amazing team of sponsors and supporters for these projects and events including Willie Nelson, Crosby Stills and Nash, Iron & Wine/Sub Pop Records, Rachel Maddow, Jack White, Fran Drescher, Jackson Browne and many more. Currently, Rose travels back and forth between Los Angeles, where I HEART Inc and the …’s are based, and Oakland where her alt-country project, Dear County, is based.
About Arrica Rose (pOprOck records)
Arrica Rose is an indie-artist playing a unique brand of retro-tinged California folk-pop. Drawing inspiration from timeless records made long ago, Rose’s music hints at dream pop, Americana, and vintage rock ‘n‘ roll all dressed up in dreamy vocals and ethereal soundscapes. She releases music via her own DIY label, pOprOck records.