• Singer/Songwriter
  • Producer
  • DJ
  • Vocals
  • Guitar
  • alternative
  • ambient
  • breakbeat
  • electro
  • experimental
  • folk
  • hip hop


Singer/songwriter/producer/DJ and crystal sound alchemist JENJEN's new album Crystal Ocean, weaves neo-soul triphop, dub and broken breaks. with haunting strings, folk guitar, pantam, laced with etheric soundscapes of crystal singing bowls and eclectic vocals. Crystal Ocean aims to touch the sacred with the sublime within, reconnecting people with their inner truth, the Divine self, with each other and with life itself.
JENJEN's music has been compared to Thom Yorke, Portishead, Liz Fraser, Kate Bush, early Massive Attack, Enya, Sandy Denny, Joni Mitchell and Joan Baez.
Performing at the Sanctum in Nov 2015, JENJEN has also sang with PeeWee Ellis, the 432 Chamber Orchestra, the O'Roonies, and her previous band Snipe, 'the next best thing to come out of Bristol after Portishead and Massive Attack.' (Logo 2003)
Thru the 90's DJ JenJen, aka Mis-chief, played breakbeat, old skool classics
and jungle, alongside Grandmaster Flash, Freestylers, Scratch Perverts and Daddy Gee. Resident at Helter Skelter, Hardcore Heaven, Bristol Exposure, Big Love, Beats and Bobs, Absolute Old Skool, Mad Tommys, Yeyo and Radical Rehousing; JENJEN also toured Ibiza, Vancouver, Montreal, Seattle, San Francisco and Burning Man.

'I like what Im hearing.' John Peel
'Her music is ahead of its time...a careful blend of true beauty.' Mark Wolffe
“A breath of fresh air.. comparisons to Sandy Denny, Portishead and the Cocteau Twins..but there’s a spirit of something else, an earthy spirit.. there is something really sublime about this music”” John Hole, SomerValley Radio
“Eerily reminiscent of the late Sandy Denny..with songs that just ooze chill out. (Acoustic 2012)
'You are fearless in the spectrum of what you take on.' Keith da Bass
'Very different, I Like.' For Folks Sake
'Sounds like Sandy Denny..and praise for an acoustic artist doesn't get much better than that.' Somerset Gazette
'I love your music.' Jean Paul Vivini, Mother Gong