[Eb-uh-nee] Noun: "EBONY" derives from the Ancient Egyptian hbny, via Ancient Greek ἔβενος (ébenos), by way of Latin and Middle English. Ebony being the Greek word for "fruit of the gods"
1. A deep, lustrous black wood from the tropical Ebony Tree. Prized for its strength and color. Often used as piano keys
2. A peculiar creature of the female sex
3. "Whether on stage or in the studio, EBONY BONES is set to be a major player for years to come..." – NPR
"A beguiling blend of Afrobeat and the darker end of post-punk.." - THE INDEPENDENT
"The British singer and producer with Punk attitude and Caribbean roots.." - VOGUE
"EBONY BONES is an Art-Punk soul warrior!" – SPIN
"UK Producer, singer, and songwriter EBONY BONES has a wide variety of influences..with a life purpose to reach her full potential and inspire others through the journey.."- JAY-Z (Life+Times)
"The British singer/songwriter/producer—once a classmate of Amy Winehouse, releases a feverish mix of punk, funk, and electro.. In the midst of the frenetic melodies always seems to lay a societal message and observation.." - EBONY Magazine
"EBONY BONES isn't really like other artists. Cee-Lo Green hand picked the London based singer to open his 2011 European tour, and her open minded approach has witnessed collaborations with musicians from India and West Africa" - CLASH
"A formidable artist, wrestling out the cocoon of her influences.." - THE TELEGRAPH
"Ce nouvel album est rempli de morceaux tordus et chauds, bizarres et fascinants!" - LES INROCKS
"Think X-Ray Spex, Siouxsie & the Banshees, slammed against Afrobeat icons like Fela Kuti.. 'Behold, A Pale Horse', is chockfull of fiery, spirited anthems. Her grandiose vigor is eccentric, but completely contagious and dance-demanding.." - MTV
"Like Grace Jones crossed with Tina Turner, Karen O and MIA, the outlandish dynamo has made a name for herself supporting Cee-Lo Green working with artists such as Amadou & Mariam and Yoko Ono.."
- THE NEW ZEALAND HERALD
'Behold A Pale Horse' by Ebony Bones, named one of the best album's of 2013 by ARTFORUM Magazine