North Irish singer/songwriter Juliet Turner has some hints from the previous standbys in her folk-inflected music: Nick Drake, Carole Ruler, even a little bit of Kirsty MacColl in her vocals. Nevertheless, Turner’s mixture of folk, pop, and consumer electronics also sits beautifully following to contemporaries like KT Tunstall and Beth Orton. Blessed and raised within a musically willing family in the tiny Northern Ireland city of Tummery, Turner was an associate of her cathedral choir and was energetic in college musicals, nonetheless it wasn’t until she transferred to Dublin to wait school that she started playing electric guitar and writing music in earnest. In 1996, Turner spent a calendar year as an exchange pupil in Glasgow, Scotland, where time she fulfilled who owns a small regional indie, Sicky Music, who wanted to record a few of her tracks with his personal music group as her back-up. Recorded in a single two-day program, the resulting recording, Let’s Listen to It for Pizza, garnered plenty of buzz back to property a management offer and some opening-act times with everyone from Arlo Guthrie to hometown heroes U2. After completing college, Turner and her supervisor setup their personal label, Listen to This, release a her second recording, Burn the Dark Match, in 2000. Another album, Season from the Hurricane, premiered in 2004, learning to be a Top Ten strike in Ireland and making an increasing degree of international interest. A 2005 live recording capitalized on Turner’s blossoming worldwide profile.