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“Sheʼs already one of the coolest people in Manhattan….”
– NEW YORK TIMES

Christian Louboutin

NYLON MAGAZINE

“Now surfer-chic label ROXY joins the trend by working with Daisy O’Dell, whose work with Ratatat and Cut Copy put her in the spotlight.”

URB MAGAZINE

“One To Watch in 2010”

944 MAGAZINE

“ OʼDell has show up, played, and impressed all kinds of Hollywood crowds…
…No doubt, she’s a stunner – which hasn’t hurt. Still, OʼDell has earner her street cred through hard work.”

LOS ANGELES TIMES

“…clubgoers of all stripes seem more interested in dancing then posing while OʼDell supplies a motley mix of club and indie music”


FLAVORPILL

“Her particular mix of old-school disco, indie, Britpop, classic rock, hip-hop, and electro makes the perfect dance partner…”

TIME OUT CHICAGO

“O’Dell- who spins various parties in Indio, CA this weekend- hasn’t made it easy on herself- brilliantly throwing Public Enemy, Leonard Cohen, M.A.N.D.Y and Paul McCartney in the same dance rock set.”

CNNMoney.com

“Daisy O’Dell is a rising star music maven long favored by fashion insiders. She has shaped the music for the runway shows of designers Candice Held and Joseph Domingo as musical director for runway show producer James Campbell.”

METROMIX, Los Angeles

“As for the Music: That’s what really sealed the deal into making this the best new spot in town”


LA WEEKLY

“Our favorite part was the music: cool rock and soul and not one tedious overspun hip-hop hit.”

ROXY

“Daisy OʼDell, Roxyʼs first DJ, is NOT afraid to play with the boyz….in fact they seem to love her. This past month sheʼs been busy jet setting across the country, kicking it with Cut Copy, The Presets, Holy Ghost, and Ratatat.”

BLACKBOOK

“…Vinyl Loverʼs Lounge. Held at the swanky Palihouse Holloway every Friday in June. Hosted by Daisy OʼDell, the event is an open call to vinyl collectors to bring down their records and spin some sugar for their friends…”

LOS ANGELES TIMES

“And she is already proving to be a bit of a tastemaker in town; she was one of the first DJs to start playing the now-ubiquitous Scottish sensation Calvin Harris. But the former Lot 61 door girl isn’t afraid to reach back deep into her collection to make people dance.