April Song receives 5 star review from Scotland’s The Glaswegian.
“This is a balmy album full of joy and spirit…April Song is an autumnal discovery that will see you through the winter.”***** The Glaswegian
UK Vibe online review of ‘April Song’ (November 2011 edition).
“A fascinating album that could just prove to be something of an underground hit…terrific and atmospheric.” UK Vibe magazine
Music OMH review of ‘April Song’.
“There is something quietly remarkable about Sara Mitra’s debut. Though the term “crossover” can leave a horribly naff and cynical aftertaste, rarely has the balance been so effortlessly struck between a folky, singer-songwriter sensibility, a sophisticated jazz sound, and a broadly accessible appeal…in Sara Mitra, British jazz has an exciting new voice whose debut already sounds like the work of a wise old soul.” Edward Randell, Music OMH
Waxpoetics magazine reviews ‘April Song’ in The Nod section.
“Dynamic, intimate vocals accompanied by a slew of smart and tasteful musicians from the U.K. underground jazz scene…Without question, she has established her unique voice in the genre.” Waxpoetics
Album review of April Song on Mercury Prize Recommends.
“Her skill as a songwriter and honesty as a performer shine through on April Song.” Mercury Prize Recommends
“The intelligence of her songwriting, together with the sensuality of her singing, make for a winning combination.” **** Manchester Evening News
“Wisely wry…a refreshing mix of the real and romantic.” Jazzwise Magazine.
“Fresh sounding and free from cliche… Sara is left to her own special devices and nails a good melody everytime.” Blues and Soul magazine