Suffice to say she's got the Folk/Americana/Country sound down pat and has the talent to make the most of it. What sets Kyllonen apart from others is the simplicity with which she showcases the music. Her strong yet wistful voice is the main instrument on these tracks, never overwhelmed by complex instrumentation or too slick production. Think of a cleaner, less fussy musical version of Lucinda Williams and you'll be on the right track. By Nancy Dunham, Indie-Music Magazine. "Pauline's melancholy sounds bring Chris Isaak to mind, and they are the kind of tunes to listen to when sipping a cold beer or glass of white wine, most certainly on a balcony somewhere, alone, to immerse yourself in the images and emotions her songs conjure up." - DJW, Mr.
Neil's Blog, New York City, New York (Apr 26, 2009). "It’s only a short EP, 4 songs, but this is one of those releases where a listener can discover a great deal. Kyllonen has a warm and intimate honey-smooth voice and sings with a melting ease. Even when she’s rocking out in “Unlucky”, there are no shrill bits; it all seems so effortless." - Jeremiah Sutherland, BullFrogMusic Reviews (Apr 19, 2009). Read more on Last.fm.
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