Pieces of Juno
Release date: 29th September
Down town echoes dress the silence in garments of alluring and drifty shimmer as an orchestrated buzz of sound builds from initially ghostly audio. Sauntering vocals swagger over a delicious and funky tempo that simmers over a slowly bubbling lower heat. A jazz element is woven through the flesh of this record, and from the onset with “Wild Flower”, a fun and captivating piece with short and snappy intentions, to the final “Wash it Away”, we're brought through a sometimes turbulent but familiar and human soulscape.
There's a subtle darkness which occasionally sweeps over the calm and cool attitude which drizzles the bars in glitzy emotion. “Tuck Me In” plays out like a cinematic drama, with melancholy mood sleeking over the finely tuned music playing in a minor key. A powerless in the face of love perhaps draws the string of this bag of feelings, a feminine touch has given a definite air of sensuality however its not clear if it's intentionally sexy.
Deep and fascinating songs give a relaxing and interesting rationale to this record, it's fairly short as a whole with a second album also, making a pair, the direction is smooth and collected. Pieces of Juno has crated the Northern Noir sound to a great extent herself, and that dark but attached and enticing element is very catchy. Getting the mix of sounds right in experiments like this makes a world of difference, and this has a world all on its own. Inspirational and groundbreaking.
Rowan Blair Colver for the Homunculus Media Group
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