"A fresh blend of sweet and soulful songs, Art Grooveau is the new album from Toronto based singer-songwriter Lauren Eyton Jones. Songs such as 14U wouldn't sound out of place on a He'd Kandi mix, whereas Withit has a Portishead vibe with smoky Zero 7-esque vocals." - Emma Bond, HMV Head Office, England 'Lauren is unique talent, a joy to work with in that her vision is quite limitless. Her passion for experimentation and production allowed us to both to push our own boundaries and create something wholly new and exciting. I'm very proud of what we've been able to accomplish together and look forward to working with her again in the future.' - Producer Andrew Kilgour "I haven't heard anything like your record come out from anyone in Canada. This record is an inspiration to me and the Canadian music industry. You are a recording artist for sure. The short of it, I haven't stopped listening to your record since I put it in my CD player." - Adam Baillie, Toronto singer/songwriter "Why are you working here?" - A lady from Lauren Eyton-Jones's day job "Lauren Eyton-Jones' music sounds like a hybrid of old smoky jazz lounge vocals infused modern electronic sounds; something like sonic velvet. You immediately recognize that the woman knows herself in her sound, and is painting an auditory painting for you with every breath. Somewhere between Billie Holiday, Joni Mitchell and Carly Simon, her voice sits comfortably in the beat, your ear, the music and your heart. Keep your eye out for her; she's about to change the way things are done." -Adrien Clarke, Toronto singer/songwriter "Working with Lauren in the studio was one of the most natural and free-flowing processes I have ever been a part of. Always ready to try something different, zero ego, just talent, determination and infective enthusiasm for making music. I look forward to working more with Lauren in the future her star rises, as I have no doubt it will." - Producer Bradley McNaughton aka Arythmetic "Lauren Eyton-Jones makes music that will engage your mind, move your body and soothe your soul.' - Toronto Journalist Marco Ursi.