Roberta Fidora

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Falling somewhere between Bet Lynch, David Lynch, Laurie Anderson and Gerry Anderson, with polite nods to Toyah, Amanda Lear, Siouxsie, Alison Moyet and Sparks, Roberta Fidora is a musician, amateur biography writer and person of disinterest based at the bottom of the UK (previously releasing music under the moniker CURXES) whose output has incorporated everything from broadcasts in dark forests and giant dancing bear puppets to depressed budgerigars, abandoned rocket testing sites and human taxidermy displays, getting shout-outs from the likes of We Are Cult, MOJO magazine, The Independent, Stewart Lee, NME and BBC6Music along the way. She has also contributed to the field recording project, Cities & Memory, with the track Huygens appearing on the accompanying CD to Electronic Sound’s special field recording issue. There’s other things on her website too, for the avid readers amongst you.

In her spare time, she takes photographs of the changing coastal town where she lives as well as collecting chalet music box souvenirs and postcards.