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"There’s the sort of music where the instrumentation alone makes the track. You’re playing air drums while driving in your car; the people next to you are pointing and laughing. Then there’s the type where you’re sucked in with the emotional draw of the vocals; this is where you find artist Lily Taylor. Her new song [Across the Hills] has barely any instrumentation aside from very light touches that allow space for her vocals to draw you in. Those pipes are seductive, sucking you in second by second. Her new record, The Ride, will be released by Pour Le Corps in September 2014." -Austin Town Hall Music Blog, Austin, TX
"Angelic and visceral vocal-driven avant pop" -Katie Capri Impose Magazine Brooklyn, NY
“Local musician/performer/organizer Lily Taylor is giving Texas a pin on the global IHTF map by hosting this evening's Denton installation.”
“Her songs are like dreams. Like soft, yet insistent rituals. Like a form of voluntary hypnosis. Like Pop but without the sugar. Like Electronica played in an infinite canyon. Like Jazz, but from the perspective of a shaman. Sometimes, echoes of Trip Hop and Tom Waits resonate within the empty hallways of tracks like "Reap" or "Taste", which feel more like sonic landscapes than traditional songs. But these references remain vague and never cristalyse into clear-cut genre-affiliations.”