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Reviews for Indescribable Night:

Q magazine: “Bliss…”   Time Out: “An impressively lush, lissom and enjoyable affair…with a mellow beatnik grace.”     Mojo: “Sophisticated, charming, whimsy free…”    Daily Mail: “A superb multi-instrumental talent.”

Reviews for Second Sight:

Q magazine: “…an ethereal singer, ingenious writer, plays anything woodwind plus accordion and piano and arranges the lot…her fine, weird second album has a shimmery, meditative hue.”    Time Out: “A hugely likeable work.”   The Observer: “Accomplished and individual – a real charmer.”   Preview magazine: “Subtle cinematic soundscapes. A delicate delight.