Los Angeles, California | September 17th, 2016

Review by Kimberly Annette

Industrialized melodic raw emotion flows from New York artists Jane in Space on their recently released self-titled album.

The somewhat haunting sound of Jane in Space is reminiscent of the British rock/pop band Depeche Mode. Which is no surprise considering that singer Tom Vickers finds influence in the 90’s Britpop/rock music he grew up with, hailing originally from Oxford. Rounding out this melody of electronic, guitar infused sound is guitarist/electronics/keys and Producer Jesse Jensen and add a bit of funk from bassist Josh Stillman. The three set into motion the mechanized groove that frees the mind so the body can get lost in the music.

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“Feel Alive” the first video release of the album embodies the freedom of a postmodern psychedelic movement of sound that pulsates through the entire body (check out the video above). Finding music that is capable of transporting the listener mind and body on a journey away from the norm is where bliss is found, and each track on Jane in Space carries within it the capability.

Full track list:

  1. Say Something; 2. Dehydrated; 3. Jane3; 4. Dizzy Head; 5. Weightlessness; 6. Mental Abrasions; 7. Helsinki; 8. Spiderwebs; 9. Jane9; 10. Feel It Alive

The album released on August 19th, 2016 on Aion Records and was mastered by Tom Baker (Nine Inch Nails, Deftones, Wolfmother). The full album is brilliantly flawless and seriously worth checking out. See the links below to listen and/or purchase Jane in Space.

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Jane In Space
4.7Overall Score
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