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Phenomenal Pheno

Monday 12th June / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

Canberra musician Jess Green brings 21st century science to the wild rhythms of afrobeat, indie rock and jazz under the name Pheno.

She’s just released her first EP Dragon Year - it's bursting with life and colour and takes inspiration from folks like Tune Yards, Deerhoof and Dirty Projectors.

Jess paid a visit to Breakfast with Caitlin before a Freo show later in the week.

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