It should come as no surprise that Roniit originally hails from the majestic mountains of Colorado. Much like the sweeping environment of where she grew up, her music surrounds and cradles you in its soul-searching mystery, ethereal beauty, and epic atmosphere.
As an independent songwriter, visual artist, and vocalist, Roniit digs deep from within for her songs, capturing the hearts and spirits of listeners with her soul-baring lyrics. The “metal head-turned-dark electronica songstress” (Interview, 2015) crafts bewitching, eerie electro-pop with a gothic sensibility, a mood and aesthetic that seeps not only into her sound but into her enchanting visuals as well.
In June 2011, Roniit released her self-titled debut album to positive reviews from blogs like Migrate Music News, following up her inaugural release with a U.S. tour. She released her EP, In the Shadows, in November 2012. A music video for the sweeping electro-ballad “Lost at Sea” was released the same year, marking her first music video and receiving over 45,000 views. Over time, these impressive independent releases caught the ears of EDM producers around the world, resulting in high profile collaborations with Sound Remedy, Varien, Trivecta, Fallujah, Muzzy, and Kannamix.
Last year, the brooding songstress landed a major placement for her single, “Runaway” (produced by Varien) in the U.S. theatrical trailer for the James Marsden-starring thrilled, The Loft. A few months later, Interview magazine premiered the official music video for the same song, and the “pop sorceress” was featured on the cover of Auxiliary magazine’s Spring 2015 music issue.
Currently, Roniit is just beginning to conjure something magical as 2016 unfolds, including unveiling The Crescent Manor—a special collaborative project with her roommate and fellow musician, Kerli—as well as a new album and fresh work with producers such as Trivecta and Varien (Skrillex, Two Steps From Hell).