Rubber Teardrop

The new album is available now

where to purchase

Rubber Teardrop is available at CD Universe as well as itunes and amazon.

Dangerous Fruit

Stephanie Schneiderman delivers a new gorgeous recording that transcends
genre and defies convention. Dangerous Fruit reveals 11 songs that artfully combine pop, trip hop, soul, electronica and folk and will appeal to listeners of Goldfrapp, Feist, Suzanne Vega and Beth Orton. Produced by Keith Schreiner, Dangerous Fruit retains Stephanie’s rootsy flair, distinctive vocals and intricate songwriting while also launching her sound in a completely new, uncharted direction.

where to purchase

available at performances and through cd baby & itunes

Live at Kung Fu Bakery

Live at Kung Fu Bakery ranges in character from the soulful lounginess
of Tom Wait's "Jockey Full of Bourbon," to the drunken, straight-ahead rock of "Betty," to the simple moody and sparse "Professor Sunshine," each song is imbued with a distinct emotional character. JAM Magazine wrote: "There are people you run across in your life's journey whose stories, images, emotions and abilities trigger an unexpected and inexplicable influence. For many people, Stephanie Schneiderman and the music she produces, is just that."

where to purchase

available at performances and through cd baby and i-tunes

Tea & Revenge (Dirty Martini)

Tea and Revenge was recorded at Portland’s Type Foundry Studios in the Spring of 2006 by producers Dave Allen and John Askew. Allen and Askew shaped the sound of Tea and Revenge by deconstructing Dirty Martini’s songs and rebuilding them in the studio working with guest musicians. Allen and Askew also played on the record and the result of their production is an incredible album that proves Dirty Martini’s unique talents as singers and songwriters. The album will be released nationally on September 26th 2006.

where to purchase:

Available on itunes

Unbelievably Unbroken

"Varied in range yet solidly written, richly produced without sounding too slick, immediately familiar but begging further examination. Unbelievably Unbroken is unbelievably good." – Oregonian

where to purchase

available at performances and through cd baby

Touch Down

Touch Down exudes an artful maturity. Stephanie purposefully intermingles
her roots in jazz, soul, pop and classical music with her own intricate songwriting.
Her voice is understated, sultry, and laced with delicate vocal precision and depth that is expressive and emotionally forthright. The song-poems evoke a sense of longing and bittersweet bafflement while moving from dark places of despair to light-filled whimsy.

where to purchase

available at performances and through cd baby & itunes