Folk, Singer/Songwriter, Roots
Jennifer Holub’s songs are about the things that torment us. This Northern Ontario-based artist’s new album “The Reckoning” is a hawkish condemnation of society’s place for women, and an urgent call to rouse from it. Blending sonic experimentation with rhythmic folk-pop and galloping drums she captures the juxtapositions of her home - tired, yet resilient. Her latest album The Reckoning is a collaboration with sonic experimenters Jon Danyliw (Murder Murder) and Matthew Wiewel (Deadpan Studios, Pistol George Warren) and captures the quintessence of her home in northern Ontario—pastoral, tired, cold, and resilient. Jennifer has lived many lives. At the age of 32, she made the reckless decision to leave it all behind for a music career. Both of her studio albums have earned Northern Ontario Music Award nominations.