Jordan's music has been variously described as "industrial-tinged folk" and "antipodean steampunk", though defies and real classification. Jordan combines folk instrumentation and folk stories and the sounds of factories, steam, and iron. Imagine a 19th centuray Nine Inch Nails crossed with Dead Can Dance and Sinead Oconnor.
Jordan has released 5 albums internationally, several of which were commissioned by the New Zealand's Arts Council. Her most recent CD tells the tale of one of New Zealands first pioneer women and her struggle with the character "History" not to be overlooked.