After being in Europe for five weeks as a touring member of Boduf Songs, indie singer/songwriter Jessica Bailiff spent much of 2011 writing and recording At the Down-Turned Jagged Rim of the Sky in her spartan home studio. Sequestering herself through the hot summer months until finished, she then passed the tracks on to her friend Odd Nosdam for final mixing. Down-tuned, distorted bass guitar adds a new color to her palette here, but familiars also come into play: fuzzed and delayed electric guitar, organ, piano, cello, and drums. Noisy pop-tinged love songs nestle slyly in a bed of off-kilter lullabies and dark, metallic waltzes. This is an intimate 2012 collection of songs recorded entirely by Jessica at home, in a room next to where she sleeps. If you listen carefully, you might hear her dreaming.