Some wonderful reviews coming in for singulr, outsider folk artist Jinnwoo’s spellbinding and confessional second album ‘dreamcreatures’ (out now on Square Leg Records), including a review in The Guardian’s folk column here.
"('dreamcreatures') recasts his unusual, shivery vocals into twisted chamber-pop settings, without losing its compassionate folk heart." - The Guardian
"A raw, quietly uncompromising and thoroughly engrossing listen." – Folk Radio UK
"It’s with genuine delight that we greet the return of Jinnwoo. New single ‘Your Table’ instantly reaffirms his position at the top table of modern folk music and viscerally portrays the yearning which accompanies unrequited love." - Songwriting Magazine
“‘Milk’, the first release by Jinnwoo in five years, carries the abandoned fairground sinisterness of Alice-era Tom Waits and the guttural voice of the Tallest Man on Earth, without truly sounding like either artist, such is its singularity. A curious, intoxicating listening experience.” - God Is In The TV Zine
“Jinnwoo is something of a renaissance man.”- Folking.com