03 June 2010


Infused with smoky, psychedelic instrumentation and slow-burning swells, Jonneine Zapata delivers a definitive grand-slam with her debut release, ‘CAST THE DEMONS OUT’, a record that luminously captures the musical essence and prowess of this one-woman army. Featuring the tantalizing, come-hither single “Good Looking”, each song on this ten-track collection is laced with dark overtones and an arresting magnetism reminiscent of PJ Harvey and Patti Smith.

“To see her live is to feel your heart and lungs filled with the smoky intensity of a performer whose passion knows no boundaries,” The Dumbing of America says of Jonneine’s electrifying live stage show. A polished performer, she has previously toured with Jack White’s The Raconteurs and Soulsavers (with Mark Lanegan). This past spring, she played a three-day stint at South By Southwest Music Festival in Austin, TX where she shared the bill with notable acts such as V.V. Brown, Fitz and the Tantrums, Banjo or Freak Out, Yacht, Fool’s Gold, and Bear Hands.

Before the end of the year, she plans to debut new music, including material recorded with legendary audio engineer Steve Albini (The Pixies, PJ Harvey, Nirvana).

Listen to Good Looking 

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