Her singing ... rings with humour, sadness and truth, without trying to be jazzy or arty: just a voice of sweet timbre airily delivering the words and melodies with captivating guilelessness. Immerse yourself in what she sings and be enchanted.
A daring songstress who takes no prisoners, as she sets to explore the (sometimes daunting, always confronting) nature of songwriting itself, completely baring her soul, flesh and bones in the process.
Bramham and her band have made a fine record of forward looking modern vocal jazz that shows a way to make interesting, lyrically inventive improvised music—let’s just hope that the world is listening.
Her singing, meanwhile, rings with humour, sadness and truth, without trying to be jazzy or arty ... Immerse yourself in what she sings and be enchanted.
Bramham has created an album that, while it is possible to identify reference points, is not quite like anything else you will hear this year. It is also very, very good and as such is highly recommended.
180 songs, soundscapes, free improvisations, musical poems, nonsense, noise and other pieces of musical art.