Singer-songwriter Faye Rochelle has an incredibly diverse and warm voice, and her session singing has crossed many different genres, from electronica through to jazz, World Music and folk.

Growing-up in North London, Faye is a Performing Arts graduate who has been involved with singing in studios and on stage since an early age, featuring in theatre productions and gigs.

Electronic artists Doppler 20:20, Law and Order and Muslimgauze have all used her vocal talents. As have artists from her more usual field of Jazz, World and Folk music such as Lemon Ensemble, Eric Mingus, Kuljit Bhamra and Koan.

Faye is involved with two of her own acts:

Spooncurve with it's mix of contemporary and underground beats and re-mixes

Her solo project, which sits in the singer-songwriter world/folk genre leaning towards the mainstream and featuring musicians Nigel Eaton, Steafan Hannigan, Kuljit Bhamra, Martin Lee-Stephenson, Rachel Auty, Saskia Tomkins, Bob Derwood Andrews, Lol Gellor, Sarah Cracknell, Gerry Diver, Ben Clarke, Chris Kelly.