Jenn Lindsay - Uphill Both Ways Review
by Ashleigh Hill
Jenn Lindsey: Punk Folk Infusion
If it is at all possible for pop, punk, and folk to gather together in LP form, Jenn Lindsay has done it. Uphill Both Ways is by no means a groundbreaking performance, but kudos for the singer/songwriter's creativity and originality. The record's highs start and end the album. "Uphill Both Ways" proves catchy with its hand-clapping background and stuttered vocals begging for a repeat. The slow and steady "Kitchen Sink", an 8 plus minute song, continues on and on, adding to the biting love story. Sadness grows into anger, and Lindsey tells the whole story, and then some, just like irritated girls are supposed to. Here, Uphill Both Ways offers up its very own quintessential bar sing-along.
Between these two singles Lindsey submits adequate material, but nothing is outstanding. Jenn Lindsey will definitely get her "hey, listen to this girl" comment. Hopefully, won't let it stop at that.
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