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Heather Maloney (Band) / Press

“An extremely talented songwriter and incredibly great singer,”

Jonny Lang - Grammy Award winning artist

"Terrific... Maloney's lyrics cut to the chase"

Huffington Post

"Definitely deserves to be recognized."

Meredith Rosenberg - Unveiled Arts, NYC

"I have not been this excited about a new act in a very long time."

TMax - Noise Magazine, Boston MA


Portland Pheonix

"Time & Pocket Change can easily be categorized as one of the best of 2011 thus far."

Encore Magazine, Wilmington NC

“Sharp, poignant lyrics housed in clever acoustic compositions, accented by Maloney's melodious, "operatic" tendencies, are really what separates her music from straight ahead, folky pop tunes. You have to hear it to fully understand.”

Portsmouth Herald

"Stunning folk rock...emotional lyrics and tender moans tucked in tight with brisk musicianship."

Worcester Magazine

"Cozy Razor's Edge," showcases (Maloney's) full range and raw, beautiful harmonies. Her songs are personal. Her passion is contagious. Her lyrics go beyond surface level and penetrate the core of humanity that we all try so hard to embrace, yet at the same time, ignore.

Times of Trenton-NJ.com

"...evocative music that urges peace and boasts full-bodied, knock-you-dead vocals."

The Advocate (Northampton, MA)

““(Cozy Razor's Edge) highlights her nearly unlimited vocal range and ability to write melodic tunes that somehow ride the line between playful folk/pop and depth-defying soul.””

The Middletown Press

"(Maloney) has a remarkable voice, and she's not shy about showing off her vocal dexterity. Her new album has a poppy folk sound in the vein of Feist.

The Wire (Portsmouth, NH)

“...Maloney's lyrics are enough to stop you dead. Poetic and powerful, Maloney's talents come to you in layers.”

Rochester City Newspaper

“...you’ll notice a curious critical conundrum unfold, as one bewildered scribe after another attempts to pin down her sound by invoking an eyebrow-raising range of presumed influences.”

Seven-Days (Burlington, VT)

"Heather Maloney's new CD, Cozy Razor's Edge is equal in quality to the work of many of the stars of our time."

The Montague Reporter