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"Blessed with the ability to pause the passing of time with just one breath of her enchanting vocal, Burress’ work feels heavily informed by long stretches of the night lost to the act of self-exploration and all the ups and down such a thing invariably brings.."

 

KXSU Interview: "Each song is a different part of herself, and she has this way of taking the darkest and loveliest parts of life, and constructing them into melodious harmonies and guitar accompanies."

Amaize Mag Interview: "The songs are fascinating and melancholic as they describe emotions and experiences that feel all too personal and intimate. This wouldn't be achieved if it for Burress' soft, surreal vocals that seamlessly weave with the array of acoustic guitar elements within all the five tracks of the EP." 

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Banana Stand Presents: Unpeeled

"Ali’s warm yet powerful voice blew us away with image-filled lyricism and a swaying guitar rhythm that hooked us again and again with each verse. Ali’s natural flow through each song made this session truly special, and we can’t wait to show you the other songs she performed!"

The Deli Magazine: "There are only so many words in the English language to describe something beautiful. Alluring, elegant, divine, bewitching, sublime, but Ali Burress has somehow exhausted my vocabulary with her spellbinding music." 

Portland Mercury Show Advertisement: "Guitar-fueled, nature-inspired singer/songwriter stuff from Ali Burress, touching on the complicated-yet-rewarding nature of interpersonal relationship."

Triste Sunset: Italian music blog featuring "Dwell" 

The Autumn Roses: "A spectral, independent triumph, 'This Is Where' is its blossoming lead track"

Abduction Radiation: LA-based music blog write-up of "Desert Dust". "Her voice has a lightness to it that spreads throughout the track, creating this warmth." 

Adobe and Teardrops: "The gauzy production helps Burress's songs feel inviting. Even as she grapples with change and determining the kind of person she wants to grow into, Dwell is a comforting album. Burress has nothing left to lose and everything to gain -- as such, these songs are imbued with urgency while simultaneously soothing both the listener and the artist."