“After stints as the dancing frontman of various indie rock bands, Jacko Poli has finally settled down to business and launched a debut album, ‘The Chords for No Noise’. Commencing work with Producer Grant Henderson in Spring 2011 and working with talented multi-instrumentalist Luke Hirst, the album ‘The Chords for No Noise’ is about life, love, loss and everything and nothing in between. It’s classic, epic, Indie Pop with a silky smooth edge. A little like a lo-fi Elbow crossed with Feist. Jacko Poli is for anyone who likes melodic, clear indie pop tunes and appreciates a lyrical style that goes beyond the generic”.
Leeds based musician Jacko Poli captures a wonderfully calm Indie sound, a rolling groove incorporating delicate keyboard twists and harmonically formed motivation. The debut album `The Chords For No Noise` has a breezy mix of lyrical possibilities, Mr Poli delivers his favorite inquisitive vocal in an extremely non-exuberant style, almost creating an imaginary link between a tuneful Julian Cope and an unplugged Brandon Flowers. I’m momentarily surprised how individual each track sounds on this debut record, there`s no fooling the cheap seats, either all ten tracks were penned years apart or Jacko Poli cares enough to preserve an interesting sharpness in his songwriting style. Art-Rock or Alt-Pop, do we really have to generalize this superb debut release, tell you what, file under great album, must go and buy!