â€œIncognitoâ€ is a track that will ensure that listeners are singing it months after they first hear it. Logue brings to the track a timeless nature that ensures that fans of Wilson Phillips and Taylor Swift alike will love the song. The soft vocals of Logue during the titular track balance with the deftly-crafted instrumentation to make a track that would work well on alt-rock, collegiate, or even top 40 radio. â€œPrettyâ€ continues to expand the range of different styles and approaches available to Logue, as hints of country even sneak with the track. It is during â€œPrettyâ€ that the intensity of Logueâ€™s vocals really come out; where both â€œIncognitoâ€ and Logueâ€™s previous EP, â€œThe Woman in Meâ€ tended to show a softer side, this step ensures that Logue will be a rising star in pop and rock music for years to come.
The two, quiet and simple as they are taken separate, create a dense type of track that will have fans coming back for more, to properly understand what all Logue has placed into the track. â€œI Donâ€™t Feel A Thingâ€ builds off of some trends previously broached during â€œPrettyâ€, while allowing listeners to see Logue in an entirely new light. This chameleon-like approach continues through â€œSighâ€, a contemplative track that provides a little more heady content to a pop genre that desperately needs it. The track is driven by Logueâ€™s vocals, further ensuring that the song will stick with fans long after they put down the album. With a number of genres, such as the aforementioned pop, country, and even Latino, Logueâ€™s â€œPrettyâ€ EP will please all equally.
Keep an ear to the ground for Logueâ€™s subsequent recordings: news has it that she is going to come out with a Spanish-language album sometime in 2009. With the ability to crossover shown so well with only 7 tracks, I can only imagine that the follow-up to this album will be on everyoneâ€™s top ten for the year. If you like strong female vocalists that have a softer, more emotive side, Jennifer Logueâ€™s â€œPrettyâ€ EP is something that simply cannot be missed.
Top Tracks: Incognito, How Much I Love You
Jennifer Logue â€“Pretty EP / 2009 Self / 7 Tracks / http://www.myspace.com/jenniferlogue