JESSIE & LAYLA KINETIC THE DEBUT ALBUM - OUT NOW 'Kinetic, the startling new debut album by Dublin sisters duo, Jessie and Layla, sounds as if it brushed against the dilithium crystals in the transporter room of the Starship Enterprise when being beamed to earth'. The Evening Herald '...it's the kind of sunny West Coast music that comes with a clean conscience, a beating heart and a decent tune....a thorough and highly efficient debut'. The Irish Times '...Kinetic is a combination of magical harmonies, sixties psychadelia, folky charm, pop hooks, and new millennial electronica' Hotpress Magazine 'The dynamic power created when Jessie and Layla's voices merge is one of the albums outstanding features...it's early days for these talented performers but Kinetic is a great start'. Totally Dublin 'Kinetic is equally infused with the beats and ambience of contemporary electronica -creating a surprisingly natural balance when combined with blissed out sixties melodies'. Galway Advertiser '...sisters Jessie and Layla Collins have finally released their much-anticipated debut album, 'Kinetic'. After several listens, Kieran Owens concludes that it has been well worth waiting for'. The Event Guide '...Kinetic is an exciting mix of digital electronica, folk based roots and produces some superb pop tracks.' The Sunday World. Kinetic, the debut album from Jessie & Layla. A musical melange of sixties psychadelia and noughties electronica, close knit harmonies and pure pop sensibilities. Stand out tracks include Nearly Over Now (which received airplay on Nic Harcourts prestigious KCRW show in LA), So Long, Move On and the beautiful Freezin Up (Voted Hotpress Single of the Fortnight). Jessie and Layla have been touring extensively this year in Ireland and were selected to play the prestigious SXSW festival in Austin Texas in March as well as some gigs in New York. They have also supported great acts such as Shivaree (of the Kill Bill soundtrack fame), Hal, and recently in The Budrising festival they shared the stage with the much hyped Magic Numbers. They've played the Tommy Hilfiger Sessions in the Pod and will Play Café En Seine 'To celebrate the International Day of Music, a global event spanning over one hundred countries CPU in association with IMRO, Ambassade de France and FMC are hosting an evening of entertainment by presenting a snapshot of what's current today and a furtive glance at what the future may hold for music in Ireland.'
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