When Jerzy Jung sings I’m going down, on her song The Anchor, you might be inclined to go with”nevermind where down might be. Seduction’s a powerful thing, and Jung “ a pop songstress from Hellertown, PA “ knows how to wield it. The Anchor is haunting trip-pop consisting of quavering guitars, shadowy drum machines and Jung’s muscular voice. Think Evanescence’s Amy Lee meets Sara McLachlan. It’s sexy, heady stuff, but lest you think Jung is just a torch singer, lend your ears to Black Dress White Dress, a urgent little pop melody, or the graceful ballad I Hope. On the latter, an elegiac piano, twinkling xylophone and soft, marching drums each reveal themselves in fleeting glimpses. What’s more provocative “ the hint of something or its full reveal? If your vote goes for Option A, you’ll enjoy the Jungian art of seduction.