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Customer Reviews

Ah! I am blown away!

I can't remember the last time I was able to play an album over and over and over again LOVING every song more and more. There is so much variation and yet it is still consistent and cohesive. It's like she is all of my favorite female musical artists in one little package. Rasputina, Tori Amos, Fiona Apple, Carina Round, Shiina Ringo, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Goldfrapp, Kate Bush, Lana Del Rey...

This album is flawless.

Jesca electrifies the sound without losing the charm

Jesca's high level of creativity and musicianship remains intact in this new more electric and more dimensional aural treat. If you found it fun to follow her down her past rabbit holes, you won't want to miss this new adventure. There are novel surprises and touch points all along the way. The sound that Jesca built just got bigger, and thankfully, there's just more room to get lost!

ooooh! something new and shiny!

She has a crisp breathy voice...I like sounds like diamonds.
I also like the percussion. It keeps things from getting too low and depressing.
Do I hear a bit of a celtic twang?
It's defferent and lovely!


Born: April 21, 1975 in Santa Rosa, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A sensual, esoteric singer/songwriter whose odd, sparse songs nod to influences like Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, and Vashti Bunyan, Jesca Hoop got her big break thanks to her gig as a nanny for Tom Waits' offspring in the early 2000s. Hoop had grown up in a musically inclined Mormon family, but left the fold soon after her parents separated. She traveled around California, Wyoming, and Arizona writing songs and honing her craft before settling down with the Waits family for five years as their nanny....
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