Jane Fontana performs near-punk futurism. She jumps and grnds,rails and coos inside a hyperdrive videogame of fat beats, chainsaw guitar, and samples, sliced and diced. The themes are despair and hope, sex and love, all with twistoflex intentions. It's as if the future is raw and weird, but somehow tight and even hummable.
Not just a singer, Jane writes, produces, and sound designs instrumental electropop that is at times slinky and limber, and at others pumped and severe. Jane's music can be heard in film and television, with credits including The 6th Day, starring Arnold Scharzennegger, Dawson's Creek, and MTV's Real World, Road Rules, Celebrity Undercover, and Tough Enough. Check out Jane's latest film scoring work in 20th Century Fox's Farm Sluts, and listen for her in the upcoming season of TLC's Faking It.