“Skillfully executed, folk-derived songwriting” ~ Clash Magazine
15.09.18 – Chester Zoo Wildlife Festival
I am a self-taught singer/songwriter. I play gigs in and around Liverpool. I have also performed in America, Italy, London, Manchester, North Wales and Cardiff.
I am also the founding member and lead singer of a group of multidisciplinary musicians blending folk-punk sounds with biting lyrics & harmonies [formerly performing under the name MOXIE]. Currently developing a debut EP.
In 2015 my song was selected for Glastonbury Festival’s Emerging Talent Competition’s Longlist; where 120 acts were chosen from 1000’s who entered. Clash Magazine selected my song Ten Years for its: “skillfully executed, folk-derived songwriting”.
Session work and choral singing
I am a member of Sense of Sound singers and have been performing with them since early 2005. We have performed/taken part in the following events: Migration Music at The Everyman with SK Shlomo; Star Wars in concert at the Echo Arena; Russell Watson’s UK tour; Paco Pena in Requiem For The Earth; Syd Barret Tribute gig at The Barbican with Pink Floyd, Damon Albarn, David Coulter, Chrissy Hynde and Thea Gilmore; Plague Songs at The Barbican with Damon Albarn, David Coulter; Rufus Wainwright, Patrick Wolf, Kenny Anderson [King Creosote] and Imogen Heap; Finalists of BBC1’s Last Choir Standing ; Songs of Praise; Liverpool The Musical at The Echo Arena alongside The Farm, Garry Christian, Dave Stewart and Ringo Starr; The Royal Variety Performance alongside Seal and Jon Bon Jovi; BB3‘s Liverpool Nativity; Finalists of BBC radio 3 choir of the year ; Olympic torch relay in Liverpool; Brouhaha festival; 5 Minutes To Midnight; and Greenpeace anti-trident campaign with Damon Albarn.
I am also a former backing vocalist for Science of the Lamps. I most recently toured with them alongside Moulettes and The Slytones.
I was a regular host at Mellowtone’s former open mic night’s at The Magnet & Jacaranda Records and I have worked for the following clients providing original and/or cover songs for events/gigs: Head Out Not Home; Rachael Bampton-Smith Marketing & Events; Rock & Roll Marathon; We Make Places CIC; Luke Moore Music; Chester Zoo; and Chester Bandstand.
Videos & Audio
Don't Play Me For No Fool
Stronger [On Hold]
Playing With Fire
Sitting In The Sunshine
It Is What It Is
Over By The Window
- Live Music Reviews - Across The Threshold 2018 - Acts who stood out
- Planet Slop - Across The Threshold 2018 - Live review
- Getintothis - Across The Threshold 2018 - Ten best acts
- Baltic Triangle - Across The Threshold 2018 - Photo Review
- The Skinny Northwest - May 2014
- Getintothis - Threshold Festival 2014
- Getintothis - Threshold Festival 2015
- Liverpool Acoustic - Live review
- SRCZ Magazine - Threshold Festival 2014
- Bandit Music - Andromeda Lounge
LIVE MUSIC REVIEW:
An act who ”stood out” at ‘Across the Threshold’
“I was already aware that Jazamin is a multi-talented artist, and have met her at the photo pit a couple of times, but I’d never heard her music before. Tonight she performed as a 3 piece with the wonderful Luke Moore on Cello … and also Dawn on harmonies and Glockenspiel. A real treat!”
John King ~ Live Music Reviews
“One thing Threshold always nails is the Saturday afternoon … A double header of NaMo and Jazamin Sinclair really epitomised that feeling. Jazamin, who brought along Dawn from Dawn and the Embers, and were more folky than the soulful NaMo, but it was another perfect Saturday afternoon at Threshold.”
Shaun Ponsonby ~ Planet Slop
One of “ten best acts of the weekend” at ‘Across the Threshold’
“Bridging the genre gap, Jazamin Sinclair merges singer songwriter sensibilities with balladic soul.”
“A sunny folk-punk blended set in Unit 51 seemed a perfect soundtrack to the weather on Saturday. Her acoustic guitar playing was powerful and urgent, offset beautifully by her accompanists on cello and xylophone. There were country twangs of Lindi Ortega at times. A cracking little gem in a crowded line up. There’s an EP out soon and we’re keen to get our hands on it.”
Peter Goodbody ~ Getintothis