Jen Janet is a classically trained vocalist, and BMI affiliated songwriter. She is one of the founding members of alternative rock and metal band, Blind Revision. In March 2017, she also released her debut pop music EP, Dangerous. The upbeat project gained favorable reviews from various publications including Vents magazine. Her songs have been licensed for media placements in mobile apps in both Korea and Turkey.
Jen is the vocalist for Mimesis, a progressive art rock project featuring members of Scale the Summit, the Beast of Nod, Pathogenic, and Abiotic. The band’s debut music video, Ctrl Alt Del, was released November 11, 2019 and is influenced by bands such as Polyphia, Periphery, Animals as Leaders and Plini.
With her former band Blind Revision, Jen Janet shared the stage with internationally touring acts: Saving Abel, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Motionless in White, Puddle of Mudd, Buckcherry, The Amity Affliction, Devildriver, Amorphis, and many more.
In 2018, the band was nominated for best hard rock/metal act of the year in the New England music awards. Blind Revision was also nominated for best rock/metal and hardcore act in 2017 for the Worcester music awards, and in 2018 for Rhode Island’s Motif Magazine music awards. Motif Magazine also nominated Jen Janet for best female vocalist the same year.
Jen Janet teamed up with hip hop artist, Phantom, for his album: Mr. Magic. Jen Janet’s vocals are featured on two tracks: “Loud” and “Bloodsucker.” She also co-wrote both songs.
The singer/songwriter is also an accomplished writer. Jen Janet was published in the 2011 America Library of Poetry. Various short stories and essays of hers have also been published in Skipping Stones Magazine.
Jen Janet is a published model and has walked the runway for notable designers such as Nathalia JMag, who was featured in season 15 of the TV show Project Runway. She has also done promotional modeling for brands such as Subaru, Hood milk, Bacardi rum, Modelo beer and Yuengling beer. She also starred in a Gozu music video for the song “They Probably Know Karate,” released via Metal Blade Records.
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