Blood Rushing

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  • Summary: The latest release for the singer-songwriter from Colorado was produced by Andrija Tokic and again features Spanish guitarist Victor Herrero.
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  • Record Label: Fire Records
  • Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Neo-Psychedelia, Alternative Singer/Songwriter, Indie Folk
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  1. Positive: 7 out of 8
  2. Negative: 0 out of 8
  1. Mojo
    Oct 22, 2012
    The album follows a North American folk linage from Jean Ritchie and Hedy West through to the present, via the chugging, churning electronic (folk) rock of The Velvet Underground, all the time infused with a joyous communal warmth. [Nov 2012, p.85]
  2. Sep 24, 2012
    As lovely and sparse as Anda Jaleo and Perlas were, it is Blood Rushing that offers us the most of Foster, as a singer, a singular songwriter, and an artful conceptualist.
  3. 80
    All told, this is undoubtedly one of 2012′s most unexpected pleasures.
  4. Sep 24, 2012
    Foster is a surprisingly competent and natural songwriter; freed from the constraints of tonal faithfulness owed to giants of poetry like Dickinson, Foster is able to draw from disparate genres to play with whatever form she's interested in from song to song.
  5. Jan 14, 2013
    Blood Rushing is an odd cornucopia of sounds, styles and rhythms bound together by Foster's singular voice and unwavering control, and such a surprise on first listen that I found it something of a grower.
  6. Dec 4, 2012
    She has settled herself in the gaps between these things, and made an evasive album, one it would be easy to obsess over once you found yourself locked onto its wavelength.
  7. Uncut
    Sep 24, 2012
    Under the deft guidance of Alabama Shakes producer Andrija Tokic, even her tendency to outbreaks of over-shrill soprano trilling sounds strangely compelling. [Oct 2012, p.79]

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