“THREAD & TAPE” ALBUM REVIEWS
Heavy stuff, but subtly and sublimely performed, it leaves knots in your chest that you won’t soon untangle.
– GRAYOWL POINT | READ FULL REVIEW HERE
Her alluring charm lies in her whimsical compositions, but she’ll make you feel all the feels with her lyrics.
– THE PERMANENT RAIN PRESS | READ FULL REVIEW HERE
Listen closely to the EP and you will find hints of Heatmiser, Sara Bareilles, and Ingrid Michaelson, but Willolux maintains a youthful folk-pop style. There is a subtle theatricality to Emmott’s songwriting, which is both delicate and intimate in its sound and lyrical content.
– THE RUNNER | READ FULL REVIEW HERE
Perfect for both rainy afternoons and star-filled summer nights… Vancouver-based Willolux is making waves with her new independently-released album.
– CANADIAN BEATS | READ FULL REVIEW HERE
Single – “Modern Day Maestro”
A sublime slice of folk-pop. The music is radiant and immersive, echoing Basia Bulat’s reinvention of ’70s-era folk-pop. Her voice is lavishing, where the listener is left dangling to every word she sings.
– THE REVUE | READ FULL REVIEW HERE
I love me some sardonic and this has got it in spades as well as shimmering chord that should make your heart go pitter patter. The vocals are classic indie girl, Aimee Mann so there’s an effortless couldn’t give a fuck attitude at work.
– MP3 HUGGER | READ FULL REVIEW HERE
With the sonic melodies of the 90’s rock and a nostalgic twist of modern 60’s, Emmott explores the social media generation and our perceived self versus others and the strange and obscene narratives we create.
– OH-ES-TEE | READ FULL REVIEW HERE
This track, “Modern Day Maestro” packs in some fine songwriting, telling a tale of young-adulthood in our current age of “dying to know who’s looking at you.” Emmott’s vocals are smoky and rich, but when she hits the notes on the chorus, you’ll be singing right alongside her.
– AUSTIN TOWN HALL | READ FULL REVIEW HERE
“Modern Day Maestro” presents elements of nostalgic folk with dream pop melodies and interesting melodic twists.
– RIDE THE TEMPO | READ FULL REVIEW HERE
Recalls the soaring sensibilities of Neko Case and Regina Spektor, and particularly their mixture of folk and rock with dreamy pop melodies and a bit of vintage pop charm… Emmott appears to pack a sound wherein wide-spreading recognition is imminent.
– OBSCURE SOUND | READ FULL REVIEW HERE
Poetic and lush, melancholy and detailed, is personable, very tuneful
– THE AUTUMN ROSES | READ FULL REVIEW HERE
Mr. Foxx Frequency “Better Now- Indie/ Folk/Other- A Heartfelt Playlist , August 2017” (YouTube Link)
alexrainbirdMusic “Indie/Pop/Folk Compilation – August 2017” (YouTube Link)
SamFish “Indie/Folk/Pop Playlist – July 2017” (YouTube Link)
SamFish “Indie/Folk/Pop Playlist – June 2017” (YouTube Link)
Indiefeed “New Indie Folk: April 2017” (YouTube Link)
indiefolkradio “New Folk & Singer-Songwriter 2017” (Spotify Link)