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I Like what I’m hearing ~ John Peel

A breath of fresh air.. comparisons to Sandy Denny, Portishead and the Cocteau Twins..but there’s something else, an earthy spirit.. there is something really sublime about this music’ ~ John Hole, SomerValley Radio

“I love your music” Jean Paul Vivini, Mother Gong

‘You are fearless in the spectrum of what you take on” Keith da Bass, Here and Now

“Her music is ahead of its time.. A careful blend of true beauty” Mark Wolffe

JENJEN ‘strikes without warning, and leaves a mark on the Heart of your Soul’ Pat McCormick

“Eerily reminiscent of Sandy Denny with songs that just ooze chill out.. perfect for those long hot summer festival days.” Acoustic magazine, 2012,  debut album

‘Very different..I like’ For Folks Sake

“Sounds like Sandy Denny.. and praise for an acoustic artist doesn’t get much better than that” Somerset Gazette 2011

“Something a  little fresh and different” Eli Heath

Singer/songwriter/producer/DJ/crystal sound alchemist and healer, JENJEN, weaves eclectic vocals on a bed of  neo-soul trip-hop, dub, breakbeats and ethnic percussion, laced with haunting  strings, whalesong and shamanic soundscapes from the natural world.

Playing around the world for over two decades,  JENJEN’s music has been compared to Portishead, Thom Yorke, Liz Fraser (Cocteau Twins), Enya, Kate Bush, early Massive Attack, Sandy Denny, Joan Baez, Natasha Atlas, Joni Mitchell, Melanie, and Aphex Twin!

JENJEN has DJ’d alongside some of the world’s finest DJ’s, including Grandmaster Flash, Daddy Gee, the Freestylers and Scratch Perverts. She has sung with Peewee Ellis (James Brown band), The O’Roonies,  and her band Snipe, who were rated by John Peel and coveted by 4AD before their split in 2003.

JENJEN’s new album CRYSTAL OCEAN, written and produced by JEN, and mixed and mastered at Abbey Road Studios in London, is out on Dec 15th… a fusion of triphop, dub, folk, breaks and ethnic percussion.

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“The next biggest thing to come out of Bristol after Massive Attack and Portishead” Snipe review, Logo mag (2003)

‘If you want to hear a creative music project, listen to the SNIPE remix of Ghost Dance. Keith Harrison Broninski, Nunney Jazz cafe