“This was a masterclass in truly progressive music (in fact she won the 2019 Limelight Newcomer award from Prog Magazine this year) and inclusive too.” Thank you so much to Jonathan Kardasz at Bristol24/7 for this great review of my set at Exchange on Thursday 26 Sept with Emma Ruth Rundle.
“There is something special here, something very special that makes Jo Quail’s performances stunning and enthralling. If you get the chance to catch her live, do yourself a favour and grab it.” Thank you Andy Pountney at Ave Noctum for this review from Leeds recently with Emma Ruth Rundle.
EXSOLVE VINYL with new track Reya Pavan now released. Have a look at my bandcamp if you’d like a copy, either clear or beer splatter, both shown here.
” ‘Reya Paven’ picks up the baton from ‘Causleen’s Wheel’ in pace and tone and is another mournful slice of wonderment. There is an elegant feel to its fragmented structure, with occasional bursts of noise breaking the elongated spells of quietude, as Quail once again looks to deliver something to the audience which they may not fully expect.” Thank you 4of5 for this review of the Vinyl issue of Exsolve.
Progressive Music Awards 2019 – Winner of the Limelight Category!
'Jo shines in her compositional craft and an ingenuity in approaching what her instrument can do.’ 8/10