Bringing a unique mixture of chillout and driving synth electro, here’s a perfect track that will take you to unexpected places, letting you explore settings you never knew existed before. Sounds over the top and hard to believe? Welcome to the world of Jen Gloeckner.
Let me paint you a picture here: what starts like entering a forest on a warm, bright summer day all of a sudden gets mysterious, as if you would step onto some sacred ground within this forest. Gloeckner has the gift of creating deep atmospheres with those sub synths alongside high pitched melodies and sound effects. If you didn’t get lost in this atmosphere by now while just listening to the synth setting, you for sure will be when you hear the vocals of Gloeckner. She has that certain “haunted” element in her voice which leads to a change of the whole scenario. I love the crossing part where the song changes from haunted to driven like flicking a switch. This all goes along so naturally as if there never was another intention but to mix those different styles. By adding those distorted synth lines to the progressing track, I can almost feel the artist smile, like she was saying “didn’t see THAT coming, did you.”
Changing subjects and directions within a single track is an art form not many artists out there can master, but Gloeckner makes it seem so easy. If you don’t believe me, listen to the track with closed headphones and close your eyes for those six and a half minutes. You’ll know exactly what I meant.
“Vine/Firefly” is a crossfade track taken from the upcoming release of Gloeckners album called “VINE” where she offers tracks that emphasize on her unique genre mixture, always keeping her playful mixture of unexpected elements in the spotlight. I got to admit, I don’t really know when to listen to her tracks, since the used mood settings within those tracks are really hard to describe sometimes. I’ll go with the following statement: if you are an adventurer, her music is perfect for you.