Recent Reviews for Chloë's vocal collaborations with Jumpel
'Vocalist Chloë March['s] humanizing presence elevates every song on which she appears... Alluringly hushed... Her sensual vocalizing [and] soft, smoky delivery leaves a haunting impression' textura
'The expressive and acoustic qualities of Chloe March’s own experiments and personal poetry resonates intimately with Joe Dürbeck’s immersive and powerful electronic fragments to a create a very sensuous experience.' Igloo Magazine
'An extraordinary vocal from March, at times reminiscent of Beth Gibbons and Mimi Parker of Low' Nowamuzyka
For Chloë's previous Albums 'Divining' and 'Snowdrop':
'A command of the keyboard reminiscent of Kate Bush, Tori Amos or Nina Simone... Hear the three years of perfectionism' Tom Robinson BBC6
'A mesmerizing voice.... An inner theatre made tangible by sound' Julians Flight
'Wow this is a beautiful record' Collected Sounds
'Electronic dreampop with dashes of jazz and artsong. One woman band March crafts an ethereal song cycle... using the intricate minimalism of Steve Reich, layers of sparkling keyboards and her deep, sensual alto....Ms March is a more pastoral Kate Bush. it's the sort of music that would accompany a movie version of Wuthering Heights (as directed by Peter Greenaway)' The New Gay
Chloë's video for the new single 'Winter Deep' from 'Nights Bright Days'. Also at youtube
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New Album 'Nights Bright Days' Out Now....
Beautiful CD digi-pack with 6-page booklet including all lyrics/Chloë's original photography and Digital Download in a variety of formats including MP3 and FLAC from Bandcamp. Purchase of the CD comes with immediate Digital Download of the album. The first ten people to order the CD will receive a special FREE pack of five gloss-finish postcards featuring Chloë's album photography and artwork. All info at bandcamp...
‘Nights Bright Days’ is lovingly and intricately crafted, sophisticated and sensual, with a powerful emotional impact. It is Chloë March’s third studio album and the second she has engineered and produced.
Beginning four years ago, inspired by the Night and Metamorphosis, these sixteen songs have emerged as a cycle of dreams imbued with images of darkness and light; of Orpheus in the fields and at sea, bonfires on a frozen river, lonely kings, bohemian San Fransisco, deep woods and sleeping hearts, sensuality, loss and longing.
Chloë’s trademark velvety alto is developing into a deeply emotional force and is to the fore on this album, bringing with it the beauty and luminosity for which she is becoming known and loved. ‘Nights Bright Days’ embraces jazz, classical and folk influences and glitters with auto-harps, psalteries, layered vocals, guitar (Tommy Ashby) and piano textures. The album travels through lush, hallucinatory soundscapes with cinematic synths and french horn (Emma Bell), plays with glitch-out electro and dreampop and offers compelling, evocative artsongs featuring soprano sax and bass clarinet (Ted Watson).
Poetic, dreamy and engaging, ‘Nights Bright Days’ is a multi-layered, slow-burn of an album from an assured and highly creative artist exploring and expanding her original, intriguing musical voice.