“Science-troubadour banjo-songs. The musical story of two electrons in search of molecular love.” Ah, the charm of Jordan O'Jordan (of Polka Dot Dot Dot fame), there’s really nothing quite like it. Expect group sing-alongs, banjo ballads, and geeky science references. Pure genius.Jordan O'Jordan- Little Finger
Put simply: This is the Jordan O’Jordan masterpiece we have all been waiting for. His remarkable power of appealing to most everybody is at it’s full glory here--big layers of vocal harmonies mix with stripped down banjo songs, reinterpretations of Appalachian folk tales, snaps, foot stomps, drum machine barber shop numbers, and even a hazed out shoegaze song in the form of a traditional (?!)...[ continued ]Jordan O' Jordan- Lever, Leave Here
The 12 songs on Through Tough Thoughts serve as postcards from the road. Tales of leaving and returning. Small epics about failure and hope-in-the-face-of-adversity.
Jordan O'Jordan's songwriting has never been more intricate or wise. Lyrical complexity that echoes albums like Joanna Newsom's Have One on Me, Songs: Ohia's The Magnolia Electric Co., and Mirah's Changing Light...[ continued ]Jordan O'Jordan- A Lonely Road
A subscription to a monthly postcard/correspondence club!
12 postcards (!!!), mailed monthly.
1 digital download of Jordan O'Jordan's Through Tough Thoughts.
1 cassette of Through Tough Thoughts.
2 vinyl records (Jordan O'Jordan's Carbon Cycles & Polka Dot Dot Dot's Syzygy)
A smattering of other correspondence surprises...[ continued ]