"They've been described as a collaboration between muse and tori amos, and have drawn sound comparisions to PJ Harvey, Nirvana and The Dresden Dolls. - Sounds good to me!"
""What You Are" is really a killer song, with its thunder-rolling chorus, tension and explosive guitar solo. The singer's voice and guitar chops rival those of the early Matt Bellamy."
"I love it when girls can rip on the guitar without shredding...that's true talent."
"Crikey! That's the dark cabaret right on the end!" (What You Are)
"They are winter jargon and that track was distinctly average... that's not my opinion on it, - that's the name of the track. It's far from that!"
"Winter Jargon are spirited by the creepy undertone of the lead singer's voice. She brings a hard edge to her band, managing to keep high pitched vocals lasting for a suspiciously long time. The sound of the guitars echo through you as they plough into the lower chords. Live, this band has done amazing things. On CD, they manage to keep their edge. Check them out! <a href="http://music.winterjargon.com">http://music.winterjargon.com</a>
"They're just plain weird"
"There is a band that this track (Distinctly Average) reminds me of enormously... Can we say Queen? I mean it as a compliment. I think it sounds fantastic... Brilliant stuff!
"There's certainly elements of Queen..."
"The female vocalist has an unreal talent to play complex guitar riffs and also sing with one of the best voices I have heard live in a long time."