Into the Sunset
Eva jo put together her first band at the age of 12. Their hit song in junior high, featuring a keyboard with drum machine effects, was a quasi-rap entitled, 'stop the pollution'. although she still wears leg-warmers, she feels she's come a long way since 1988. ^#^her first album was recorded in Bangkok, Thailand, with the help of a couple of incredibly talented musicians from the indie punk band 'sepia'. imagining herself as a casualty of postmodernism, she included such tunes as 'naughty girls' (track #1), a salute to the unionized dancers at the lusty lady in San Francisco, and 'faith' (track #3), a ballad about dating and ridiculously high rents. The hard hitting 'PM3' (track #4) is just one more dirge for pomos. And who doesn't love serge gainsbourg? (track #10) 'into the sunset' is eva jo's second full length release. Produced by mark robertson, it features a wide range of instrumentation inspired by her band, making dinner. From the raging piano riffs on 'out of Ohio' (track #2) to the soaring cellos on the title track (track #11), this album will make you want to run to the beach!