“Hail Queen Eska!” – The Telegraph
“For too long, Eska has been the greatest singer you’ve never heard of” – Boiler Room
“This is mindblowing, stop-in-your-tracks stuff” – Mix Mag, Tune Of The Month
“One of the most important singers in the UK right now” – Gilles Peterson
“I can’t remember when I last heard anything this enchanting or inventive. Her array of reggae, jazz, soul, choral, electronica, folk and classical influences collide to create a sound that is hers alone.” – The Guardian
“Her voice can skip and swoop like Joni Mitchell” – Q Magazine
“Only a couple of times a decade does a new artist come along whoso impresses that I find myself getting excited about what they’ll do next, even as I’m still assimilating their debut. Touching, powerful, experimental and sensuous – you could pick just about any positive adjective and it would apply” – The Independent
“So distinctive and confessional is Eska’s voice that she’s created a British pastoral music that defies classification” – Uncut
“Eska’s self-titled debut album revels in her refusal to limit herself by style or genre, and this gig (played with a tight, dynamic and expressive band) takes that notion to another level.” – MusicOMH
“Masterfully created with classical finesse, the skilled musicianship Eska exhibits on her self-titled debut album feels unparalleled.” Complex
“Insane vocal talent… empowering to listen to and the whole album is a wonderfully emotive affair” Time Out
“Her debut album, five years in the making, attests to the Londoner’s versatility, drawing on everything from psychedelic soul to folk infused with the spirit of Kate Bush… A mind-bending gem” The Observer

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