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CD $10.50

12/11/2012 700867866978 

NCLVS 003 CD 


***JAN, aka KIM TALON, releases her self-titled debut album. With riot grrrl-infused vocals, fuzzed out guitar lines, and blissed out grunge rhythms, JAN is a genre-straddling album that packs a mean punch. Known for being the latter half of Los Angeles’ art-rock band EAGLE AND TALON, Kim, now Brooklyn based, is joined by CHLOE SAAVEDRA (SMOOSH) and MELINDA PARKS (HAR MAR SUPERSTAR) ) when performing live. The album was produced by JOHN GOODMANSON ((Blonde Redhead, The Gossip, Sleater-Kinney) in Seattle at London Bridge Studios. “Work For The City” opens the record with a frenzied guitar line setting the stage for theatrical vocals. “Red Crust Ow” immediately breaks into dueling post-punk guitar while “All Of These Igloos“ is a melancholic song with a sweet melody led by simple piano plucks. The distorted guitar and running bass of “How To Beast” build to an explosion of growling vocals. Having collaborated with Reggie Watts and toured with Sia & Obi Best to name a few, Kim Talon’s talent explodes into the forefront on her new solo foray. JAN will be on tour in Fall 2012 and early 2013. "Artlessly jagged post-punk that's got fun in it even when it's being serious."—Village Voice

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