Jordana’s “Pressure Point” is a dissection of losing control

Jordana’s “Pressure Point” is a dissection of losing control

In 2007, Apple launched its first iPod Touch – a residing first memory of the merging worlds of music and technology for former young teens and beyond. Jordana, too, was one of those consumers – stitching together tracks from her bedroom via Garageband before truly understanding the power of its creation.

Fashioning outlets for self-discovery, reflection, and perseverance, Jordana’s story is as organic as it comes. “I don’t know if I would have found the violin if I didn’t have that church part of my upbringing,” she reflects. Raised in the orchestra, but with an urge to stretch her craft, she later spun her own sound to frequent the boardwalk of her native North Beach, Maryland.


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