"[A] remarkable talent.. in a category all of her own. She's a force of nature"
Channel 4, UK
"May just be making the most important sound of this year. ...simply stunning. A thoroughly unique work of art from start to finish... Whether by hook or crook, you MUST own this album. RATING - 5 / 5”
The Mix, UK
""It is hard to categorise music this original - PJ Harey springs to mind, but the style is 100% Jordan's... Her vocals are astounding”
Celtic Rock, Germany
"Fantastic. A work of art... rarely would I so strongly recommend you buy an album”
Rip it Up, New Zealand
"Astounding; you can hear Susannah heartache and hear her tormented breathing... her lyrics are powerful.. the instrumentation excellent.. This album is nothing short of remarkable"
Graham Reid, for Elsewhere, New Zealand
“One of this country's most gifted, probing and intelligent writers. A dark, emotionally intense and musically arresting concept album... delivered in lean poetry and electrifying folk-noir. An impressive achievement”
Dig this Real, USA
“One can hear the centuries of tradition in her banshee-like vocals. One can literally hear the sounds of machines that were used at the time of the Industrial Revolution. Not only is this music hip, it is really very good.”
Mick Mercer, UK
“...she’s shrewd, has a history and keeps on going, with a weird mind and stories that evoke photographic snapshots... impeccably measured vocals that have a delightful timbre of mischief... a beautiful, perverse album, which will reap further rewards the more you allow it to.”
Hard Wired, UK
“Husky and thoughtful female vocals ride over a wide-ranging alternative spectrum of sound, from rock and acoustic guitars, to mellow and haunting synths. That said, this sound is distinct, with Jordan’s vocals being able to reach any scale, no matter what the music around her may be doing, making for a varied listening experience. This is what the scene needs – more bands willing to give something new a go, and [Jordan] seems to be amongst those leading the way”
FIEND Magazine, Australia
“[The Loneliest of Creatures] is one of the best dark ambient pieces of music ever to have come out of New Zealand. It is also, in many ways, a triumph that Reyne’s previous works have been leading up to: a thoroughly emotional and moving piece of sound art which deserves wide exposure.”
Metal Hammer (UK)
"Jordan does a great job of tapping into the dark underbelly of English folk, adding a modern yet timeless twist with her use of looppedals to build glorious harmonies" - Reviewed at Shepherds Bush Empire, London.
Dlaczego Nie Gra (Poland)
"Two encores and a standing ovation - she's that good. Jordan is one woman on stage who manages to sound like an entire band, and a great one at that. Jordan mixes the modern with the traditional in a way that is both modest and charming" - Reviewed at Club Lykend, Wroclaw.
Metal District (Germany)
"(Jordan) won me over completely with her smokey, passionate voice and her likeable character. A very special concert, as evidenced by the (fully deserved) standing ovation. One of the weekends highlights" - Reviewed at Circa Theatre, Wave Gothic Treffen.
Daily Steampunk (Germany)
“I can't reccommend enough that you check (Jordan) out live. Her music is fantastic, as is reflected in our review of her album. You absolutely must go and see Jordan perform" - Reviewed at Circa Theatre, Leipzig
Gig Junkies (UK)
“Jordan uses two Digitech Harmann Jamman loop machines to sample her own voice in the moment of performance. Open tunings and layers of harmony and rhythm are woven beneath lyrics that are a mixture of folkloric and political. Both her voice and lyrics call on the ancient only to twist it at the throat into something new and utterly bequiling" - reviewd at the Hare and Hound, Birmingham
Cat on the Wall (UK)
“"one of the most extraordinarily fascinating live shows I have ever seen on stage... one of the best – if not the best – folk performers out there today... she’s spellbinding” - Reviewed at Whitby Gothic Weekend.