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Kristen Cothron & The Darkside / Press

“If there were ever a time and place for a revised, jazzier, The Jody Grind, Fiona Apple and Elvis Costello all wrapped into one album, it’s bound to be on the newest Kristen Cothron release, Show Me Where the Edge is…”

“The entrancing music of Kristen Cothron is unlike any sound that we’ve heard. Her latest album contains beautiful melodies accompanied by her amplified and distorted voice. Deep and smooth, the cool jazz sound of “Maybe You” differs widely from “Edge,” an edgy, warped-yet-foot-tapping tune.”

“The album is an experience; Cothron has the ability to make you feel like you are right there with her, as she takes you through her songs and experiences. Dynamic, intriguing, mesmerizing; Show Me Where The Edge Is has a little taste of everything. Effortlessly mixing genres in such a masterful and subtle way is just one of the many reasons Kristen Cothron is a true talent in a sea of artists striving to be heard. Overlooking this album would be a crime, so do yourself a favor and give it a listen today.”

“Amazing, amazing sound. It’s a sound that’s almost better than sex.”

“Cothron’s latest release is a drop-to-your-knees sultry, soul-stealing 3-song, self-titled vinyl EP [digital download available with purchase]. You can enshroud yourself in the thick, soft fur of her sound and relish the dark comfort it offers.”

““...Cothron plays the role of the steely and unattainable temptress, and artfully so with a seductive-almost-racy style that maintains an air of class and sophistication...Cothron isn’t the first contemporary to take on jazz pop, but hers in genuine, not meant to be kitschy and probably the most authentic of its kind I’ve heard...””

"Her vocals are somewhat affected – in true diva style – as she sashays through a dark tale of retribution and famous last words before stubbing her cigarette out on Diana Krall with 'Dark Side.'"

“Tougher than Fiona Apple, edgier than Norah Jones, Cothron combines cabaret and indie rock as well as anyone since Elvis Costello. ”

The Memphis Playbook

“Nothing foolish about this. Cothron has depth and an elegant beauty that flows smoothly and -seamlessly through each track. She exhibits passion and lust as if it is all she knows.”

The Leo

“Count me in!”

Music Row Magazine

“Have you been searching for music’s next bold bad girl? Cothron is the buried treasure you’re seeking. ”

Performing Songwriter Magazine

“With an amber, sultry tone and an expanded vocal range that she uses with dynamic subtlety, Cothron applies late-night jazz chops to contemporary adult pop. She's the rare young talent who cares more about expressing a mood and a story than simply showing off her voice.”

“Her hauntingly sultry voice meshes wondrously with fresh lyrical approaches and a knack for creating edgy pop songs with blues subtleties.”

Music Morsels (Atlanta, GA)

“Somewhere between Fiona Apple and PJ Harvey, Cothron's style and sound sits just waiting for takers.”

Velocity Weekly (Louisville, KY)

“Nothing foolish about this. Cothron has depth and an elegant beauty that flows smoothly and seamlessly through each track. She exhibits passion and lust as if it is all she knows. ”

The Leo (Louisville, KY)