“New dance track from forthcoming album, Coming Aligned: Echo Your Love- "Lovely!"”
“My little granddaughter kept asking me to "turn it up" she was dancing around the whole room in delight at your music!”
“Have you had a chance to check out the debut solo album from Isabel Aimee -
"My Dear Sweet Stranger"? Once in a while a truly unique artist comes along, making music that is genuinely original. This kind of talent is irrepressible.
Inspired by other empowered female artists like Gazelle Twin, Kate Bush and Bjork, Isabel started her project, 'INSPIRITION' in 2006, releasing 'Truth Telling' written with her five piece band, which enjoyed commercial success in
Canada and the USA.
Isabel has a high profile fan in Stevie Nicks, who has written in glowing terms about her work, saying "We should have more music like this!". Isabel's
INSPIRITION project collected more than 24,000 fans worldwide and 37 radio stations currently play her music, including BBC airplay. She plays dozens of
gigs every year in London and the South West, at festivals both at home and
Nigel Colley-reviewer A&R
“..with INSPIRITION and Stellar. Sadly Stellar was detained due to her daughter's illness. Isabel and David were left to carry on the show with their huge array of drums, a microphone (minus the stand- IA doesn't like stands- they "get in the way"!) and a macbook. WOW what a set!? As I came in to town, the crowds outside the tree had been waiting for the Christmas lights to finally be switched on by the newly ordained Vicar. Punch and mince pies were munched and drunk but then everyone went home! Shepton was silent until Isabel began to sing... the band began to play and The Art Tree began to hummmmm. What a voice! No wonder she was going home to be interviewed by an American DJ...I loved the funny, peppy 'worldy' songs- a real eclectic and original mix of dance and acoustic, guitar, flute, percussion and that rich, high, jazzy, smooth, soothing vocal. Little tiny town, nice location, big little woman, nice band... coming again!”
Theartree Divine Music Nights -live review
Isabel Aimee is a force to be reckoned with. Her voice dances through otherworldly ranges like the sound of mysterious spirits. Think Celine Dione meets Bjork.
Track #1 I Gave Myself to Love – You will give yourself to this album right from the beginning track. Layers of keyboards evoked for me an image of swirling mist with Isabel floating through on the streams of her powerful voice.
Track #4 Desire- A more upbeat track starts out with a tropical sounding beat. Isabel’s voice makes traveling in and out of high octaves sound effortless and flowing. Interesting harmonies overlaid of her vocals keep you in the groove and desiring to hear more.
Track #8 Boom Ba Boom – This song has a tribal sound that gives it a deliciously menacing feel. Isabel’s vocals evoke emotion and breathtaking range. This song could be at home in the chill out room or on the dance floor.
Bryan Farrish Promotion
“I'd say you're an interesting songwriter a one off, your voice is very good.
Track 2 NiceThese notes are good: they flow as river.I'm wishing you success with your music! Which I was impressed by”
Daniel Cavanagh, ANATHEMA
“It is a much more personal experience, seeming to draw on her own emotions in a much more singular way. Originality runs throughout the music like its lifeblood. Good music should always stir emotions and make you want more. 'MY DEAR SWEET STRANGER' is not an album of background music. You have to listen and digest, then cogitate and listen again. Is there anyone else making music like this in this country?”
"We should have more music like this" FLEETWOOD MAC
"this was on-the-edge-of-your seat thrilling stuff. How does she do that? Does she know how she does that?"
The Art Tree
"Bloody bloody good!"
“‘Where does this sound come from?’ I found myself asking. As I focused in on thesounds and the singing it struck me how ancient the created soundscape seemed at times,
(as though it was music from a time before, say, Gregorian chant); at other times, conversely, the sound was more contemporary, but not in way I’d heard before."
The Art Tree
"best new song i've heard in ages!" michael Eavis on "Take me in Your Arms Tonight"