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The Januariez / Press

“Post punk grunge funk classic? That sounds about right – The Januariez take the sounds of Tacoma / Seattle, WA and work them right into your soul.”

“Like Gwen Stefanie fronting The Cult”

“Authentic, the full length debut album from Seattle power punk funk trio The Januariez captures the nineties rock aesthetic drawing instant comparisons to The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Primus, and Mr. Bungle in their heyday. Brilliantly produced by the iconic Jack Endino the ten song set captures the raw power of vocalist/lead guitarist J-kNee January and her one woman rock crusade.”

“The Januariez have created an expert punk rock and blues work of art...In a word: Diverging”

“Great bluesy vocals, with a punk edge.”

“So much talent in a modest package!”

Alice Bag

“This band is too weird for this town; that's why I like 'em!”

Jack Endino

“Creaky funk rock with high drama vocals”

“All the earmarks of a death metal band.”

“This is a band whose ambition is clear and has a very bright future ahead of them."”

“You're cooler than Evanescence!”

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“J-kNee January's vocals are nicely centered in the mix here, especially on "What I Could Give You", and inflections recall early No Doubt.”

“Painting with an abstract of influences including 1970-80s punk, straight forward rock with down and dirty blues, January have made it work and work well…think T. Rex with a little Thin Lizzy and Veruca Salt fronted by Ani DiFranco.”

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