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Most recent release, Stereopticon (with Gary Lucas, 2016)
Duncan Sheik, Jeff Buckley (vocally)
Own, occasional covers
Jann Kloses's music is pleasant but has some intriguing edges. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
Jann Klose—vocals, guitars
Chris Marolf—upright bass
Marlon J. Graves
A pleasant, very appealing ep with cool vocals. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jann Klose—acoustic guitars, vocals, backing vocals
Chris Marolf—upright bass, electric bass, backing vocals
Jann Klose, Stewart Leman
This album is a compilation of two eps, but it sounds like a cohesive whole. Kloses's warm vocals are instantly appealing, and the songs are complex enough to warrant attention.
Jann Klose contributes "Give In To This Life" to the Healthy Food for Thought children's compilation (2010)
Thanks to Anna Maria Stjärnell for work on this entry.
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