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Chuck Eddy of The Village Voice included the disc in his 'Eddytor's Dozen' and in a separate review, called PERI 'ballsy' and her songs 'effervescent.' NJ's Asbury Park Press said, 'The tracks have a Beatleseque quality, but they also pack a punch reminiscent of Chrissie Hynde's finest moments with the Pretenders' and described PERI as having 'a rock star's aura, something that's on the edge of extinction." Catching Flies With Vinegar is the follow-up to PERI's critically acclaimed, self-titled debut EP, which contained 'Dating Sucks' (the song that ROCKRGRL Magazine chose for the lead track on its Discoveries 2004 compilation) and also 'The La La Song' (a song inspired by her travels in England).The singer/songwriter/guitarist shot a music video for the song while on a short solo electric tour of the UK in 2004.Jana Peri: I grew up listening to a lot of different stuff, but my first love was The Beatles. I was attracted by both their brilliant music and compelling personalities.Its all about melodies for me and you just cant get any better than The Beatles.In addition to a busy schedule with her own band, PERI can occasionally be seen performing at Joe's Pub at The Public Theater with keyboardist, Joe Mc Ginty's NYC tribute band, Loser's Lounge (PERI appears on two Loser's Lounge CDs: an ABBA tribute (singing 'Waterloo' in a duet with singer/songwriter Patti Rothberg) and a tribute to The Kinks (singing 'I'm Not Like Everybody Else').I am inspired to write by all kinds of things, but truthfully, most of the time its because something is bothering me and I need to work it out in song.
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Last year, Dating Sucks, from my debut, self-titled, EP was chosen for the lead track on ROCKRGRL Magazines Discoveries 2004 CD.
I recently finished recording a new full-length CD with producer Daniel Rey (The Ramones, The Misfits, Ronnie Spector) that will be coming out later this year. Punk Globe: Youre inspired by Brit rock bands from the 60s and Punk bands like The Ramones and this certainly shows in your music, but what attracted you to these types of bands?
I was an only child and fortunately, I had friends with really good taste.
My next-door neighbor played Blondies Parallel Lines for me and I absolutely fell in love with them.