Hailed by Radio New Zealand as the author of a new sound, Jordan's music has been variously described as "industrial-tinged folk" and "Bloodthirsty Celtic Rock". Jordan combines folk instrumentation and celtic melody with the rhythms of factories, steam, and iron. Sinead O'Connor meets the Wicker Man.
Jordan's 9th release project is a trilogy of EPs called "Maiden, Mother, Crone", the 1st of which ws released in April 2014. Like all of her releases it tells a story - pagan narratives and how they exist in modern stories of women. Jordans past releases have included comissions by the New Zealand Arts Council, such as "How the Dead Live" which tells the story of one of New Zealands early pioneers, and was released in June 2009. Reyne has been nominated for numerous national awards in New Zealand and has received considerable critical acclaim internationally.