MOJO - December 01, 2010

Dusted - October 22, 2009

“… a tendency towards an ambient style of playing, one that allows for space to hover between notes and for small resonances to emerge.”

New York Times - October 14, 2009

“… offered glimpses of an alternate universe in which expansive, unified projects are everything.”
“… overall serenity…”
“…her evident fascination with French music:  Ravel and Debussy hover nearby (in the watery imagery and modal harmonies of “Bloodroot” for example)

BBC - October 13, 2009

“We owe Rachel Grimes big.”
“… with Music for Egon Schiele … found the conviction and confidence to match her voice…”
“Her most wondrous gift was always her ability to paint the most evocative pictures in purest ivory  and her lightness of touch allows majestic statements such as the Corner Room and Long Before Us to ring out, echoing with sensuousness and sentiment before drawing the listener back in.”