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Courtney Brocks / Press

“The six tunes contained on this EP are lush, carefully crafted portraits of an artist who has a keen sense of what it takes to weave a web around your heart and soul and keep you captive for the entirety of the 24 minutes that she's singing. The tunes are "earthy, soulful, and honest." She's got a voice that blends a bit of Joni Mitchell and Kris Delmhorst with a delivery that is similar to that of her good friend Anais Mitchell. That sentiment helps given the fact that the only other musician on the disc is Chorney, who has a knack for tastefully implementing himself into any musical situation he's a part of. His addition of guitar, prepared guitar (which allows him to eke out sounds reminiscent of a banjo), lap steel, baritone sax, percussion and vocals, encompass Brocks' tunes in a sort of ethereal landscape that fully beguiles the listener's attention.”

“With Brocks front and center on vocals and acoustic guitar, the disc features six soft, stirring folk songs that take listeners on an emotional tour of the heart.There are faint echoes of Sarah McLaughlin here, but when Brocks puts some gusto in her vocal chords she almost sounds like a young Carole King.”