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Reviews and Interviews
Photo: Jordan Reyne, Live at Whitby Gothic Weekend, by Pyromancer.
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Jordan's latest interview. Jordan talks about her album Chapter Zero, her new direction in art, and the dark side of the mother narrative.
"[A] remarkable talent.. in a category all of her own. She's a force of nature."
"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, 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."
(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 Wave Gothic Treffen, Circa Theatre, Germany.
A playlist of all the videos to date of Jordan Reyne's music, from 1997 to the present. If you are searching for a particular video click below the button videos page, or head straight to To Jordan's Youtube Channel
Jordan talks with Biohazard about her vocal work on the Resident Evil 7 theme tune "Go Tell Aunt Rhody" which reached millions of ears all over the world in 2018
Cloaked in the language of folklore, Chapter Zero explores the turning inward that happens when our worlds, as we knew them, are blown apart. The album, along with it's cover artwork, "The Shattering," is a beginning caused by a cataclysmic end. Recordings began during the first corona wave, when Jordan's own life path took a sudden and drastic change. It is an album illustrating the idea that one's inner world can sometimes be very concretely reflected in the world without.
Bardo is a place where our ever-recurring daemons come to visit once again - to see if we have learnt how to face them. We all carry with us the shadows of our past, and notice, at some point, that the daemons that crop up in our lives do not change. It is how we deal with them that must. This album is a series of songs about encounters with the ghosts, patterns and habits that come from both within and without.
Jordan's most well-loved tracks, as voted by fans. This album is a collection of songs spanning albums from 1993 to 2016 and featuring several unreleased (live, and/or mildly offensive ;) ) songs.