Cannonball Jane may be the nom de four-track for Sharon Jane Hagopian, an elementary college music instructor from suburban Connecticut who spends her off hours perfecting a perky mixture of Beck-style sardonic electro hip-hop as well as the exuberant glucose rush of common U.K. indie twee pop serves like Talulah Gosh. Delivered right into a musical family members in Ohio, Hagopian began acquiring piano lessons within the 5th grade. Trained in flute, tone of voice, and guitar implemented, even though completing her music education level, she started experimenting in earnest with multi-track documenting. Following university, as she was building her teaching profession, Hagopian began producing complex four-track mixes of her very own one-woman-band music, layering keyboards, drum devices, obscure samples, acoustic guitar, flute, and multi-tracked vocals. Ultimately, she finished an album, Road Vernacular, that was released around the English indie label Fortuna Pop! in 2006. A follow-up EP, Legs Up!, premiered in nov 2007, offering two remixes from the solitary “Consider It to Fantastic” from the Beastie Males’ Ad-Rock and English indie pop veteran DJ Downfall.