Nostalgia 77 - "Blue Shadow" (MP3) / "Cherry" (acoustic) (video)

by PopMatters Staff

19 April 2011

 

“I predict big things for Josa Peit, based on the evidence here, for she is a force to be reckoned with, augmenting the hazy, late-night, dreamy quality of the recording that she backs up on seven of its nine tracks. I don’t know if she’s the next Esperanda Spalding in that she’s going to pull off an upset Grammy win next year, or even be nominated for that matter—owing that The Sleepwalking Society is on a tiny U.K. indie, and we all know that, barring Arcade Fire’s win, the Grammys generally don’t reward independent acts—but listening to her is a seductive experience.”—Zachary Houle, review of The Sleepwalking Society, 22 March 2011

 

 

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