Category Archives: Reviews

We recently came across this cool blog post on Sounds of the 60s and 70s about our recent show at LUNA in San Antonio, TX. Here’s a little taste: [quote]I have not had such a great night in a very long time. The group was simply fantastic. And you all know how hard it is to please […]

Many thanks to The Record-Journal for their great review of our new album, “Ain’t Nothin’ Fancy.” Here’s what they had to say: [quote]From Austin, TX comes the latest release from soul rockers Roxy Roca entitled “Ain’t Nothin’ Fancy.” It was released back in February through Stag Records and features a sound similar to Fitz And The […]

Many thanks to Amy Price from Soundcheck Magazine for featuring ROXY ROCA in her review of the Old Settlers Music Festival. Here’s what she had to say: [quote]Roxy Roca nailed their performance with a funky, sensual Southern soul all-out dance jam, so much so that no one cared any more if it was raining or muddy. […]

Many thanks to Michael Swann from Kulture Shocked for the great review of our show on 4/10/15 at The Foundry in Dallas. Here’s a taste of what he had to say: [quote]My experience with Roxy Roca was minimal before now. I’ve heard a few recordings and I dig their sound, but I had never been to […]

Many thanks to Britny Eubank for the great review of our new album, “Ain’t Nothin’ Fancy,” in Orange Magazine. Here is some of what she had to say: [quote]In the post-“Uptown Funk” world we’re living in, big brass and a Morris Day attitude are all the rage. And “Ain’t Nothin’ Fancy,” the latest effort from local […]