Imagine a world in which drum machines are
made from bubble gum and the best guitars are kitted from fuzzy pink wool.
In such a world Debbie Harry or Vivienne Westwood would rule the earth and
Cannonball Jane would be on the radio 24/7.
Street Vernacular is bright pink bundle of
flavoured lo-fi pop. It rocks, bubbles and shimmers in all the right
places, showcasing Cannonball Jane's warmth and humour. While the album is
a perfect soundtrack to daydreams and wistful gazes, it is cute without
being cloying. With a mixture of home-taped samples, Abba-esque keyboards,
fuzzy guitars, and future disco drum machine patterns it is adventurous,
exhilarating and above all really good fun.