The Big Takeover reviews Julieta Eugenio’s ‘JUMP’

The Big Takeover has reviewed Julieta Eugenio‘s new trio album JUMP.

Michael Toland says of the album:

The frisky “Raccoon Tune” and bebopping “Snowbirds” find joy in the simple things, like the daily appearance of animals outside of her window, while the energy-stacking “Another Bliss” implies that whoever broke Eugenio’s heart in “For You” may have been replaced. There’s a playfulness to the casual stroll of “Crazy He Calls Me,” a duet between Eugenio and Dwonszyk that indicates the title is accompanied by an eye-roll, rather than a shriek. The title track itself suggests optimism, with the idea of jumping forward into new situations and accepting new ideas. Add all of that to the trio’s open air sound, unburdened by oppressive chords that fill in the empty space between single line instruments, and Jump is no paean to sadness, but an ode to finding peace in most trying circumstances.

You can read the full review here.  the full pie. And you can order the new album now.