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Polly Panic

Polly Panic

Polly Panic


Jenette Mackie built Polly Panic on the back of an electrified and often distorted cello married to manic-depressive drums. Her vocal stylings owe as much to Sylvia Plath and Virginia Woolf as they do to PJ Harvey and Tori Amos; Mackie wails out powerfully in raw, charismatic tones. Hardly delicate, the music of Polly Panic draws heavily upon themes of powerlessness, control, fear and abuse without rejecting the idea of hope or redemption. The result is a sound truly beautiful, dark and unforgettable. Read more on Last.fm
Jenette Mackie built Polly Panic on the back of an electrified and often distorted cello married to manic-depressive drums. Her vocal stylings owe as much to Sylvia Plath and Virginia Woolf as they do to PJ Harvey and Tori Amos; Mackie wails out powerfully in raw, charismatic tones. Hardly delicate, the music of Polly Panic draws heavily upon themes of powerlessness, control, fear and abuse without rejecting the idea of hope or redemption. The result is a sound truly beautiful, dark and unforgettable. Jenette was trained classically at the Crane School of Music in New York, but chose to leave her curriculum early to pursue her own independent study with a private tutor in Rochester, NY.

Soon after she began building on her vision of twisting the classical cello to a darker aspect of music. In the fall of 2005 Jenette finished work on a self-titled three song demo, which received regular airplay on WBER, the premier independent radio station in Rochester. As of May 2006 Mackie has finished pre-production work her upcoming full length, "Painkiller", and has fled the dismal wastes of western New York to make a new home in sunny Portland, Oregon. Polly Panic invites listeners to step out of their comfortable ordinary and into the psyche they ignore. The music combats emotions from our experiences and brings all things dark & obscure to the light by putting fear & panic itself on trial.

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