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"[Wetlands] has a sweet tension to it like the feeling before an orgasm, very sweet, tight and yet tense too."
"Yes, the simplicity described in the brief presentation of Misay Day found on their Facebook page is for me a pleasant medicine tonic. From the first song, the marvelous "Southside", two simple chords, a recording discreet yet surrounded by warmth and immense humanity. Few elements, a ukulele, a guitar, a rhythm simply laid and the intensely passionate voice of Kate Robberson. I would be willing to turn off any electronic device for a few days and sit next to Misay Day and enjoy their candid authenticity. Yes, folk, Texas, lo-fi and precious inaccuracies ... a refreshing shower that cleans million of megabytes of cold and impersonal electronics. Folk lopsided, hippy-folk with un-tucked shirts, beards and long, messy hair. Perfumes from the seventies giving me joy and amazement. Misay Day has a secret room full of instruments used and improvised with which color their imperfect and melancholic compositions of special colors. Love at first sight."