Singer-songwriter who migrated to Hamilton from Dunedin in 2005. She released the album Sea Tulip in 2005 with her band The Rockettes, which featured Robert Scott of the Clean and the Bats as well as three members of Dunedin band Onanon. With Robert Scott, she has also released an EP of bedroom recordings of both Robert's and her own songs, entitled Moonlight Potato (2006). This EP was partially recorded and mastered in Hamilton.
Gina is known for her soft, gentle voice and her warm and slightly shy stage presence.
Moonlight Potato EP, by Robert Scott and Gina Roco, 2006
Sea Tulip album, 2005
Minnow EP, 2004
Jandals appears on the 2005 compilation Bulletholes 2: Let me take you hostage
Drugstore appears on the 2005 compilation Kaleidoscope World Series 14
Feathers appears on the 2004 compilation Kaleidoscope World Series 11
Picnics by Robert Scott and Gina Rocco appears on the 2008 compilation Bulletholes 3: The Best is Yet to Come