Doriza has one of those voices that comes along every ten years or so
— Lucid Culture

 

Lorrie Doriza is a New York based songwriter whose music is a myriad of quirky pop songs that blend the piano banging of ben folds, the throwback r'n'b fun of Bruno Mars with siren-like acrobatic vocals that lure you in and don't let go. Together with her band, they bait with flirty, toe-tapping grooves and hook you in with a stage show filled with equal parts charisma, theater and grit.

She is most well known for her trip-hop collaboration with Stoupe, the producer of underground hip-hop group Jedi Mind Tricks, on their project entitled Vespertina on their full-length album entitled "The Waiting Wolf." Lorrie has also worked on the electro-lounge project The Good Johnsons, with producer Dan Keller, releasing two albums of re-imagined lounge covers entitled "Introducing The Good Johnsons" and "Livin' in the Sunlight!" while performing in various music festivals and venues in Japan and New York. She is currently working on her original music solo album and performing in the NYC area.

[...] deranged, impassioned, eerie, fantastic – but altogether powerful and utterly unique.
— Audrey Dimola, Sugar-n-Thunder
Lorrie Doriza [...] has a theatrical style that is playful, angry and dramatic all at once. Listening to her music, it’s easy to imagine being caught up in a sardonic, sarcastic and subversive Disney tale.
— Steve Mosco, QNS Courier