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Title - 'Anomalia'
Artist - Jane Getter Premonition

Esoteric Antenna is delighted to announce the release of the superb new studio album by Jane Getter Premonition, Anomalia.

For those unaware, Jane’s band has carved out a niche at the intersection of jazz, rock, metal, and singer-songwriter styles with her masterful playing and complex and dynamic compositions and has dazzled audiences internationally on stage.

Citing musical influences such as Mahavishnu Orchestra, King Crimson, Porcupine Tree, Jeff Beck, Allan Holdsworth, and Wes Montgomery, Jane has played with many luminaries in the worlds of jazz and rock and formed her band Jane Getter Premonition to present her sophisticated compositions on record and on stage.

Assembling musicians Adam Holzman (Miles Davis, Steven Wilson), Alex Skolnick (Testament), Chad Wackerman (Frank Zappa), plus Mark Egan (Pat Metheny), Gene Lake (David Sanborn), Stu Hamm (Joe Satrianni), special guests Vernon Reid and singers Randy McStine and Chanda Rule, the album Anomalia is the stunning result of a series of magical recording sessions and is, without a shadow of a doubt, her finest work to date.

1. 'Kryptone'
2. 'Lessons Learned'
3. 'Dissembler'
4. 'Alien Refugee'
5. 'Still Here'
6. 'Answers'
7. 'Queen of Spies'
8. 'Disappear'
9. 'Safe House'

Opening on the frenetic melodies within 'Kryptone' and the more laid back, swarthy 'Lessons Learned,' they are followed by the more rhythmic prog vibes of 'Dissembler,' the Renaissance-esque 'Alien Refugee,' and then one of my own personal favorites, the bouncy hipsway of 'Still Here.'

Next up is the mid-tempo, pop rock of 'Answers' which is itself backed by the fluid prog rock orchestrations of 'Queen of Spies,' with the album rounding out on the beautifully sedate 'Disappear,' closing on the acoustic Latin guitar approach to 'Safe House.'

In summary, and adorned with a striking cover image by artist Lasse Hoile, Anomalia is some mighty fine work by a mighty fine, and truly progressive musician and her band.

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