Testimonials

You can almost see fairies flitting about with their paintbrushes drawn and at the ready to paint the blooming landscape...beautiful!

Robin Kan-Hodges Kerby on "Bouncy Spring"
it´s getting quite cinematic somehow. the top voice melodie is making this smoother, more delicate, as it seems to slow down the rythm and at the same time it increases the emotional effect. at the end this leaves a very nice sensation and invites to listen to it again. lovely. On "Bouncy Spring"

Knopfdreher
Beauty captured, and then set loose upon the world. Lovely, as always Georgina. On "Whole"

Somular
It goes deeper and deeper, love how all the voices blend towards the end. Another great one Georgina. on "Whole"

Zen Jungle
As always, very nice work! I love the whole-tone sound on this one, it gives a very floaty, ungrounded uncertainty which I always love (I'm a huge Debussy freak). I also reminds me a lot of the vocal work Joan LaBarbara did in Philip Glass's "North Star" (although you're quite a bit more soulful) on "Whole"

Curtis Dahl
How naturally your loops sound. The sound reminds me a little of a childhood TV shows from 70's :) But joke on the side, very fine introducing of voices. And developing the musical story. on "A Field of Nymphs"

krepenriby
How naturally your loops sound. The sound reminds me a little of a childhood TV shows from 70's :) But joke on the side, very fine introducing of voices. And developing the musical story. on "A Field of Nymphs"

krepenriby
Lovely work, Georgina! I zoned right out listening to this - not the best idea first thing in the morning! It really suspends time, totally hypnotic... now I must un-relax! :)) on "Lullaby for a Busy Head"

Tuonela
It sounds like you're saying "bu pa" (不怕) here, which is Chinese for "don't be scared" -- something you might tell a child in a lullaby. on "Lullaby for a Busy Head"

Septimal Harmony Research
Vocal cords of gold. Thank you ever so much for that. on "Angleation"

Red South Field