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John Adamian, YES! Weekly:
"With minimalist neo-soul production, gospel-tinged piano, layered vocal harmonies, fingersnap backbeats and a warmth to Breed’s singing, the record has a slinky exuberance. It’s a mellow future-funk statement of optimism and uplift..."
Grant Britt, GoTriad News & Record:
"The title cut from her debut EP, 'Is It Too Late,' is saturated with funk interrupted by intervals of churchy organ riffs. Breed channels ’70s-era Stax soul with a whiff of Candi Stanton and a sprinkle of Dusty Springfield-inspired country..."
Press Release, quillamusic.com:
"Johanna Breed’s debut neo-soul album delivers fun musical gems, notably 'Mister' and 'Is It Too Late?'. The album showcases Breed’s vocal skills and uplifting songwriting style, as well as catchy arrangements by Quilla..."
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