Interview with The Yets and J.e.s.s.

The Yets is that vehicle and Robin is that voice,” says Craig Anderson Snook.

"With ethereal vocals anchored by a driving bassline, J.E.S.S.’s latest single 'Hell is on the Way, Dear,' is a desperate call to action for a long overdue societal reckoning..."

South Carolina’s alternative pop duo The Yets consist of Robin Wilson and Craig Anderson Snook who met when Robin returned to her home state after some years in Georgia. Now based in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, their music combines elements of ethereal pop and popular rock classics with a sound embracing  Fleetwood Mac and the Cocteau Twins in equal measure. Breeding and bearing a distinct Americana lining, their debut  EP called “The Yets”  is an emotively cast and atmospherically delightful proposition.

Raised in Ducor, CA, the youngest of three, Jess was taught at an early age to be resilient and independent. Gifts in her family came in the form of musical instruments and Jess found herself carrying on the practice from her grandmother, familiarizing herself with the piano, guitar and ukulele. In elementary school, she learned how to read and write music by playing the flute. She embarked on a journey that would result in her becoming a multi-instrumentalist singer and songwriter. Her debut album is called Siren, she calls a powerful journey of self-discovery.

Playlist For Saturday, April 22, 2023

  • The Yets- Happy Now
  • The Yets- Waterline
  • Interview With The Yets
  • The Yets- Letter to a Boy
  • The Yets- Fades to Gray
  • The Yets- Remember
  • The Yets- Lesser Evil
  • Delerium, featuring Emily Haines- Glimmer (Delerium Remix)
  • Hem Netjer- Elemental Cry
  • Jess- Hell Is On The Way, Dear
  • Jess- Charlie
  • Interview with J.E.S.S.
  • Jess- Siren
  • Jess- Summer
  • Jess- Echologic
  • Jess- Downtown
  • Jess – AI