Warm and sparse leftfield electronic pop from Alice Jemima, who shot into view with her stripped down/bare groove cover of Blackstreet’s No Diggity. And after garnering a lot of support from Radio 1 and Amazing radio, she is now set to release her debut full length on Sunday Best. Includes her leading singles Dodged A Bullet and Liquorice.
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6/10 Fred Hanksworth Customer review, 3rd March 2017
Catchy in places, well recorded and well produced, this is a record that is worth a listen.
Alice Jemima will be sure to divide opinion. Whilst her infectious hooks and simple song structure have seen her gain widespread radio and Spotify success, her breathy and at times whiney style of singing can occasionally grate on the listener.
We are in an age where the music world is not crying out for another bedroom pop act and sadly Jemima's debut offering falls in the less appealing end of that already saturated market. Her album should be seen as a good start. Hopefully she will continue to challenge herself and develop her clear talent that breaks through in places on this record.
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