"Worthington is making a leap on this record from ukulele-wielding folk-artist to an eclectic electronic artist, employing a host of musicians and instruments during the recording process. All of this is complimented by her ethereal vocals, making it a cohesive effort. "
"She encases her experimental folk tendencies inside an electro-pop atmosphere, utilizing a series of thrumming synths and martial beats as a foundation for her expressive and ghostly vocals. The song feels like it’s constructed of fading dreams and hazy remembrances, possessing a contemplative but not overly fraught perspective on our emotional and physical interconnectedness with one another."
“Whether or not you believe in a divine architect, there’s a sublime spiritual presence in JoJo Worthington’s album ‘Two Lines’, which will move the hardest of hearts… The ambiguous beauty of her rural Canadian homeland, with it’s contrasting harsh peaks and luscious greenery is embodied here in each track"
- GOLD FLAKE PAINT
“Two Lines is a work of catharsis. It’s at once sweeping and grand and extremely intimate… One of the latest releases from Epoch Tapes, and just like the label it is a thing of immense beauty.”
- GREYOWL POINT
“With a mastery of melody, and a penchant for loops and soundscapes, she makes contemplative and celebratory tracks that you can get lost in. Worthington is ready to win you over. She’s already won us.”
- KAZOO FEST!
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