The Raveness is an introverted artistic and literary polymath, historian and antiquarian; a single-sided deaf Warwickshire lady born and bred with mixed heritage. Extraordinarily, independently self-published at the early stage of one's teens. Auditors acclaimed the recluse a ground-breaking performance poet; praise subsequent to the debut ‘A coffin for a bed’ and ‘The Raveness – EP’. Revolutionary abridged audiobooks that have amassed a success unusual to an attention-shy underground artist.

A modest influence of Léo Ferré and Yann Tiersen, and a pre-eminent cocktail of multilingual spoken word, method acting, sound effects and phonograph lo-fi music; attaining global recognition, as did a past alcoholism for la fée verte. Having no defined musical style or genre, she also initially became renowned as the original pioneering with a signature distorted combination of harpsichord and organ, a modern claviorganum in heavy resonance. An exhilarating avant-garde approach to classical music; the aspiring Martha Argerich is a complete autodidact who has never received any form of classical training.