Named following the rebellious heroine of 1976’s sci-fi classic Logan’s Operate, Jessica 6 feature singer Nomi Ruiz, bassist Andrew Raposo, and keyboardist Morgan Wiley. The trio fulfilled in past due 2007 while dealing with Hercules and ROMANCE on that group’s debut record, and after executing over 100 schedules together, they made a decision to continue functioning together. Before signing up for pushes, Brooklyn-born Ruiz released a single album, 2005’s Shed in Lust, which wedded her husky alto to hip-hop beats; on the other hand, Wiley and Raposo acquired worked jointly before in the music group Automato, whose 2004 record was made by the DFA’s Adam Murphy and Tim Goldsworthy. This mixture of R&B, disco, and hip-hop — along with healthful dosages of freestyle, funk, punk, and pop — designed Jessica 6’s sound. Ruiz brought a tune called “Fun Female” to Wiley and Raposo in 2008, that they fleshed out into 2009’s Fun Female EP; in middle-2011, their full-length record Start to see the Light arrived.