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08/21/2018

ARTIST RACK (Featured Review):

‘Driver On Whisky’ (Remix)

"The project is an exciting milestone for the artist, and an opportunity to show off her growth as an artist and songwriter alike. The track is filled with energy, and sounds very relatable, but also has a personal edge that really connects with the audience, making for a really special EDM flavor."

Read full review at: https://artistrack.com/alison-fleming-driver-on-whisky-review/

08/01/2018

ARTIST RACK (Featured Review): 

https://artistrack.com/alison-fleming-sine-wave-review/

Check out this Review of  ‘Sine Wave’ from Alison Fleming 

Alison Fleming is a recording artist and songwriter originally from England now living in United States. Her music is very diverse and unpredictable, often combining the perks of different genres into one unique vision. 

Her most recent single, ‘Sine Wave”, it’s actually a great example of Alison's amazing versatility and broad creative scope. 

The track has a very brooding low-key introduction, with a lot of ambiance, and an experimental vocal style that makes me think of avant-garde artists like Bjork or Tori Amos. The swirling synth textures and deep bass tones are absolutely amazing, and the drop which precedes the beat, is strong and dynamic. The glitchy textures and sonic swells on the track create a thick blanket of sounds around the vocals, sitting perfectly within the mix.  However, everything takes a really energetic turn, diving deeper into Deep House, Trance and Techno territory, with some infectious percussion elements and edgy grooves for days. 

This song is a particularly strong composition, featuring warm synth tones, along with present and lush vocals that have a stark and expressive feel. 

If you enjoy the work of artists like Ellie Goulding, Daughter, or Halsey, this will be your thing for sure!

06/15/2018

Albums 'Freeway' & 'Freeway – The Remixes' by Alison Fleming 

"When words fail, music speaks," so said the Bard, William Shakespeare. And so, I find myself now without words to describe the wonderful music created by this extraordinary talent that is Alison Fleming. So I will let the music speak for itself. However I must add that every time I play each CD I am amazed! I just love it. The music is both relaxing and inspirational. I can't wait to hear the next creation from this extraordinary talent. Thank you, Alison! 

John, Panacea Fl (30 mi south of Tallahassee)

05/21/2018

Artist Rack MUSIC BLOG (Featured Review):

https://artistrack.com/alison-fleming-girlfriend-review/

"An alternative music artist that still retain a catchy and energetic side with a lot of focus. 

Alison Fleming is a musical artist with a focus on a spontaneous, earnest and direct blend of alternative songwriting, which cleverly blurs the lines between different genres. By keeping her creativity so open-ended, Alison is able to craft a really vibrant and spontaneous sound, making for a unique twist. A great example? Her brand new release, “Girlfriend,” will certainly give you a perfect idea of what to expect from this talented artist and songwriter. 

Alison’s music could be described as swiftly alternative, although her tone has a lot of depth, integrity and charisma. She is a rare talent, who is able to convey her emotions through music, and create a song that listeners can truly relate to with ease. Last, but decidedly not least, the production of this release is certainly worthy of being mentioned. The sound of “Girlfriend” is very organic and seamless, pushing away from excessive studio trickery, and allowing Alison to fully showcase her voice and personality to her fans and audience. There is something special about her approach to songwriter, and you can easily connect with her while listening to her music, almost like listening an old friend telling you about her life! This special blend of connection between the artist and the listener is certainly what makes this track very special, and we are looking forward to learn more about Alison and see what’s in store for her career and musical future!"

12/09/2017

'Freeway - The Remixes',  Review by Stephen Hugill

Life is more about the journey and less about the destination it is said. So while we are all in transit you’d be well advised to get your ‘listeners’ round the new album ‘Freeway -The Remixes’ from Alison Fleming. Unplug your constitutional Sat-Nav and plug-in to her latest offering ; the journey begins! It’s not a ‘drive album for the car but as the car is the last private sanctuary left to man on the planet it’s a good space to get launched. Thrust into dark and light you will be moved quickly. Far away from the familiar thumping rhythms of the basement ‘House’ dens of Northern England, your inner ear is impacted with a colourful spectrum of mood and sound. Engagingly unpredictable, breaching the norms and daring a new genre it will challenges any critic to compare. Fun yet intriguingly haunted while maintaining the charm of ‘Peter and the Wolf’ where any dangerous undertones are quenched with a tang of fresh Clean Nordic air. All carefully stitched together and still making space to ride the ‘bounce’ of classic ‘ Robopop’. The result is a wonderfully stimulating experience leaving you feeling full and satisfied. Undoubtedly a significant addition to an already impressive portfolio, So what and where next for Alison? I think we can safely say, that will depend on where the journey takes her. Suggest you jump in for the ride but be prepared to buckle-up. You will miss your exit, as this one is going places.

 

11/18/2017

"Today's playlist has been 'Freeway' and 'Freeway - The Remixes' by my awesomely gifted friend Alison Fleming. Ali's voice and versatility blows me away every time I listen to her music. Check out the wonderful collaboration albums by the amazing Tony Lowe and Ali, too!"   

"Thanks for your beautiful music."

- Lisa Tenzin-Dolma, Bath & NE Somerset, UK

 

11/08/2017

 '5 stars'

"Thanks for the great music."

- John Rose of UIC Radio, Chicago, United States