Damaris Vicke also known as “Huma Rojo” is a singer/song-writer guitarist and bassist born in Mexico City now proudly living in Miami as she believes that anyone who live is Miami should feel fortunate to “think” different from many other cities and countries, as we have the privilege to be multicultural, and really get to know other cultures and races with love and respect.
Damaris Vicke was attracted to music at a very young age, when she was introduced to the world of Rock n’ Roll by her uncle who used to have a band and gig around Mexico’s most famous Rock venues in where he shared stages with bands like Cafe Tacuba, Caifanes, Santa Sabina, La Barranca, among other “Spanish Rock” groups. Damaris Vicke aka Huma Rojo, has collaborated with many artists and musicians, particularly from Miami and Mexico, mostly related to music; however, she has also been invited to be part of music videos,
appearances in magazines, newspapers, and some modeling; In 2008 she was exclusively invited by Bust Magazine (a women’s lifestyle magazine that covers, music, art, and fashion) from New York to be part of the fashion section.
Her recent collaboration with other artists was with Miami local band Minimal for their single release video “A Deriva’ which was produced by Pablo Erminy from Ars Nova Revolution.
In September 2011 Damaris Vicke and Dear Darling released their self-produced debut EP titled ”Clouded Room Of Happiness” which was also co-produced by Nico Saavedra, Daniella Bertoldi, Roger Izaguirre from Earplay Studios, Piti Najera and mixed by Producer/Engineer Dave Trumfio from Kingsize Soundlabs in L.A. who has worked with bands like Wilco, Ok Go, and My Morning Jacket.
Damaris Vicke has been part of the Miami music scene circa 2002 when she played her first live shows at Churchill’s, playing bass and keyboards for different bands, as well as filling in for other musicians as “special guest”.
In 2007, she started her first solo project as a singer/songwriter called Huma Rojo along with guitar player Javier Guell; the band was inspired by old films, Pedro Almodovar’s movie “Todo Sobre Mi Madre” specifically the character Huma Rojo; also, horror films, and by the Day of the Dead.
Dear Darling is currently in the works of making a video for their single “Oh Dear! Oh Dear!”, planning shows in Miami, US, and Latin America as well as working in a full-length album.