MP3 Janis Elko - Brutus Bit Me.
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Jazz influenced pop music that soars and sways
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"...tart and sophisticated. A Tequila Sunrise instead of the Bud and Root Beer we usually serve around here."
- Jim Testa, Jersey Beat Magazine
Janis Elko is an American singer/songwriter living in Frankfurt, Germany. She enjoys riding around on her little blue Vespa and making digicam home videos starring her cat, Ming. When not writing melodromatic pop songs, you can find her playing electric guitar for the indie rock band "en transit".
"The lyrics strike a delicate balance between poetry and pop. Check it out!"
- Allen Foster, Songwriter’s Monthly
"Vocalist/guitarist/songwriter/new obsession Janis Elko is the driving force behind the shimmering, simple, sophisticated, simply gorgeous Alanis-Ani-Rickie Lee Jones-Sarah-Joni inspired stunners that pack the eight-song debut from Brutus bit me. The echo of Chrissie Hynde in Elko’s voice only increases the commercial and emotional appeal of this outstanding effort."
- Al Muzer, Aquarian Weekly
"Following in the tradition of female artists (those who rock, sing, write and do everything in between) such as Joni Mitchell, Jane Siberry, and modern day musical wonders Alanis and Ani (those who lack the pretension of, say, Jewel for instance), Janis Elko, the musical leader of Brutus Bit Me, has carved out her own little niche in the ever-burgeoning music scene which has spilled over with women rocker wannabes..."
- Heidi Drockelman, https://www.tradebit.com
"With ethereal melodies and haunting vocals, Janis [Elko] offers glimpses of chaos and ecstasy. She crafts textural, earthy pop - uptempo music that’s easy to dance to, slow songs that are easy to listen to. She often draws inspiration from everyday sounds - from ticking clocks to the door chimes on the Paris Metro - which she turns over in her mind until they create a new kind of sense - and emerge as pop music."
- Ken Smith, Writer