“Durham-based solo indie rock, Girl From Winter Jargon uses intricate layers and intriguing effects combined with impressive vocal clout in Without Apology. Accompanied by clustered array of expertly picked guitars, Girl From Winter Jargon throws a satirical look at modern culture whilst neatly sidestepping clichés.”


Narc Magazine (North East Music Magazine) – Noisy Daughters Vinyl L.P Review

“A jewel box loaded with a jack-knife instead of a ballerina – a voice that carries you into experiences of pain you’d rather forget, but so beautifully – that you’re forced to listen. This is what art is – it buffets you, and pains in a way that leaves you both wrung, and somewhat bruised, but also grateful, and wanting more – like love itself – even hard love.”


Dominique SherterDaughter of French Concert Pianist, Annie Marchand Sherter (1935-2015) – Without Apology Review

“Girl From Winter Jargon is a fascinating alt-rock artist from Durham who certainly knows how to wield a guitar. Incorporating delay and EBow usage with live looping layers and eerie guitar noises, she certainly knows how to create a haunting atmosphere.”


 N.E Volume –  (North East Music and Culture Magazine)

“Girl From Winter Jargon is talent & art personified; this is one of the best things you’ll see today…”


David Saunders –  (Tees Music Alliance / The Black Sheep Frederick Dickens / Goy Boy McIlroy)

“Girl From Winter Jargon handles her guitar with more casual grace and precision than most people can manage to move their own arms; uses her voice like a fine instrument…”


Zarahruth –  (Folk singer-songwriter; composer of BBC Tees’ Song Of The Week with “Monster Food”)