I was about to use the word pop to describe this glorious debut album from Jess Chalker but even now in these post-genre and non-tribal times, the word seems to be a bit loaded, coming with a lot of baggage. Maybe it is that endless conveyer belt of identi-pop, the zeitgeist worshipping, dance routine driven, focus group guided, that unadventurous tsunami of pop-pap of recent decades which has tarnished the genres name….


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