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|Birth name||Jesy Fortino|
|Born||1983 (age 30–31)|
|Origin||Seattle, Washington, United States|
|Labels||Sub Pop Records, Luckyhorse Industries Kranky (Mirrorring)|
- Tiny Vipers (EP, 2004. reissued October 2007 on Luckyhorse Industries)
- Hands Across the Void (LP, July 2007 on Sub Pop)
- Empire Prism (EP, 2007. Reissued July 2008 on Luckyhorse Industries)
- Life on Earth (LP, July 2009 on Sub Pop)
- Burn To Shine (DVD, November 2007)
- Contributed song "Another's Day Son" with Colin Roper for the compilation 2021: An Aviation Records Compilation (LP, 2007)
- Vocal samples and guitar on Orcas' self-titled album (LP, 2012)
- Vocals on "New Dawn Fades" by The Sight Below (Single, 2010)
- Backing vocals on All is Wild, All is Silent, Balmorhea (LP, 2009)
- Anthony Carew. "Tiny Vipers – Artist Profile". About.com. Retrieved April 2, 2012.
- "Grouper and Tiny Vipers Announce Collaborative Album as Mirrorring | News". Pitchfork. January 20, 2012. Retrieved April 2, 2012.
- ""New Dawn Fades" [Joy Division cover; ft. Tiny Vipers] | Forkcast Archive". Pitchfork. March 2, 2010. Retrieved April 2, 2012.
- "The Sight Below: 'New Dawn Fades' (Joy Division Cover) | Prefix". Prefixmag.com. Retrieved April 2, 2012.
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- Tiny Vipers at Sub Pop Records
- Tiny Vipers on Myspace
- Tiny Vipers at Luckyhorse Industries
- Tiny Vipers at Bandcamp
- An Interview with Jesy Fortino
- Acoustic Session for 'They Shoot Music – Don't They', March 2010
- Live à Rouen for Europe and co, Rouen (France) March, 5th 2010
- Acoustic Session for Europe and co, March 2010