8/05/2016

Jenn Champion's No One EP out now!

JENN CHAMPION RELEASES DIGITAL NO ONE EP



STREAM - "No One

Jenn Champion's No One EP sees release today on digital and streaming formats. Late last month, we shared the EP's title track, which was lauded as "a refreshing take on what Champion is known for" (Pitchfork) and "sleek and eerie, like Champion is slowly exhaling her words onto frigid titanium and watching as it fogs over" (Stereogum). Champion is abetted by a diverse collection of remix artists on this EP, including Glitterbang, Crater, USF, SassyBlack, Breakmaster Cylinder and her own Malidont side project.

Jenn Champion celebrates with a record release show tomorrow night in her native Seattle with Posse, DoNormaal, and Nightspace. Review copies are available upon request. 


FULL BIO HERE
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HIGH-RES ALBUM ARTWORK HERE

Tour dates:


08.06.16 - Seattle, WA - Repair Revolution - No One EP Release Show *
08.20.16 - Maple Valley, WA - Royal Arch Park
09.26.16 - Tacoma, WA - Real Art

* - All-ages

 
About the record:

Over fifteen years ago, Jenn Champion (née Ghetto), a founding member of influential Northwest indie rock band Carissa’s Wierd, began writing and recording under the alphabetically-informed alias of S. Hardly Art released her acclaimed record Cool Choices—Champion’s first with a full band, and produced by Chris Walla—in late 2014. Now, in the interest of abandoning their previously un-Googleable status, the four-piece has re-christened themselves as Jenn Champion. According to Champion (singular), “Sometimes you just want to be found.”

The digital-only No One EP is the first release under this new moniker, and heralds an exciting new direction for Champion and crew, focusing on dusky, elastic electronic instrumentation previously only flirted with on Cool Choices standout “Tell Me.”  In addition to the instantly-memorable title track, the No One EP includes six remixes from a diverse array of Northwest producers, artists, and DJs: Glitterbang, Crater, USF, SassyBlack (ex-THEESatisfaction), Breakmaster Cylinder, and Champion’s new side project Malidont. 


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