For full review of the concert check out the January 2013 issue of Nightshift at http://nightshift.oxfordmusic.net/
‘Quirky, amusing and not a little twee, her songs have the power to infuriate and delight in equal measure. Clever lyrics and earworm piano melodies…`Scaredy Cat’ for example is essentially a nursery rhyme as written by Pam Ayres and performed by Victoria Wood. It’s this aspect in particular that is likely to divide those who hear her songs.’
Check out EP review by blogger One Note Forever http://onenoteforever.com/rainbow-reservoir-love-me-ep/
‘Her impressionistic lyrics create vivid and abstract images…subversive and meloncholic undertones…Rainbow Reservoir imagine colourful fantasy in mundane reality…ironic and ridiculing…It is funny; it is entertaining. But what makes it brilliant is the intelligence and the wit of both the entertaining story and the subverted allusions.’
Aw, a kitten…
For the full review check out the December Nightshift 2012 issue at http://nightshift.oxfordmusic.net/
‘…endearing and infuriating…Impossibly chipper…cloyingly whimsical…Coming on like Jeffrey Lewis without his underlying cynicism, it’s as difficult to dislike as a confused-looking kitten, and it feels genuinely churlish to knock Rainbow Reservoir down for simply sounding so lacking in bitterness about the world.