I simply don't believe that Janine Rostron is genuinely planning to rock. Considering an awkward shuffling dance? Maybe. Contemplating nodding her head gently to some left-field sounds? Sure, it could happen. Planning to rock? Never. The Bolton-born experimental musician could hardly have picked a less appropriate band name. The tracks collected on her latest album, W, are uncompromising, difficult pieces of music; they're songs best listened to alone, on headphones; they should be brooded over and dissected. This isn't music you want to hear with others.
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