From the lo-fi IDM-infected downbeat of her debut album 'Good Evening' to the pristine HiDef synth-pop of her forthcoming third album 'Liquid Cool', emotional intensity and resonance have been a constant in Los Angeles singer/producer Nite Jewel's music. Along the way, she's fleshed out her soundworld through memorable collaborations with Dam-Funk, Julia Holter, Sean Nicholas Savage, Droop-E and Jason Grier, transforming foggy, fading memories into crystal clear lucid dreams.
The second single off 'Liquid Cool', between its strident groove, super-sleek multi-layered synth-magic and top 40 sized chorus, Kiss The Screen is as anthemic a song as we've heard from Nite Jewel to date. It also brings us a step closer to the June 10th release of 'Liquid Cool' via her own label Gloriette Records, the imprint she released 'Good Evening' on in 2008. After all, in the process of rediscovering ourselves, sometimes we end up coming full circle.