Far more than just a framework for a voice... the listener is left in no doubt that this is a musician who has much to add to the world of music. -Tim Whale
Indie Bands Blog, UK Review (Click here for the full review)

Intimate, confessional and bittersweet. Maybe music like hers never existed until right now - but regardless, here it is, and it sounds like something new to me. -Alan Baillie
- Subba-Cultcha, London Review (click here for the full review)


Channeling the spirit of Debbie Harry - Philip Ward
-Rock N Reel Magazine, UK Review (click here for the full review)
Crosby, Stills and Nash cover

It’s an ep that makes the listener aware of just how gifted Michele Ari is. And this stuff is catchy enough to be on the radio, though has enough edge to be taken seriously. -Anna Marie Stjarnell, Editor
-Collected Sounds, Sweden Review (click here for the full review)

With so much faith placed in transitory fame these days, it's a relief to encounter an artist who tells it straight.
-Bluesbunny, Glasgow Review (click here for the full review)

 ...defies the girl-with-acoustic-guitar image while capturing some of the spirit of Ari's live performances.
-Curtis Ross Music and Features Writer
-The Tampa Tribune, Tampa, Fl. Review (click here for the full review)

The frontman is the center piece, the attention getter, and the hook, and Michele is all of those things and more.
-Gaper's Block, Chicago Review (click here for the full review)

A gifted artist... (her) EP is a real treat. --Anna Marie Stjarnell
-Collected Sounds, Sweden Review (click here for the full review)

She has such melodic pull. A capability to evoke countless emotions. It’s a haunting almost. A subtle presence that gently ghosts you, yet so firm in it’s manifestation! ...an intensity of unquestionable depth.
-Alan Baillie
-Subba-Cultcha, London Review (click here for the full review)

 She isn't seducing the listener as much as putting them in a trance. -Adam Harrington
-Whisperin and Hollerin, UK Review (click here for the full review)

This is a subtle, emotionally powerful record that is personal and addicting. Keep an eye out for this lady; she is going places. -Karla Ash
-The Wig Fits All Heads, Seattle Review (click here for the full review)

Ari probably cried to Morrissey songs in her dorm room -- and we certainly need more women like that... those who miss 'the collegiate girl' will be kicking themselves if they pass this up. -Kyrby Raines
-Ink 19, Review (click here for the full review)

Michele Ari has a terrific voice and a smart way with words. -Anna Marie Stjarnell
-Collected Sounds, Sweden Review (click here for the full review)

...enigmatic lyrics and the vintage left-of-the-dial rhythms -Jakob Dystra
-Girl Posse, Review (click here for the full review)

This album fills a void in today’s top ten, infusing it with some much needed sophistication and thoughtful songcrafting. -Jennifer Layton, Asst. Senior Editor
-Indie Music.com, Review (click here for the full review)

 It is obvious that Michele is a very poignant song writer, delivering a CD that carries you through a journey in life. -Liz Fernandez
-Florida Entertainment Scene, Review (click here for the full review)

Think Debbie Harry meets Ronnie Spector with a dash of Michael Stipe...Ari's vocals are relaxed and unpretentious, exuding 10 times more emotion and inspiration than any of mainstream radio's current pop crazes.  -Frank Krolicki
-Vinyl Goldmine, Chicago (click here for the full review)