Blair cites Neil Young as a primary influence, but she owes as much to early Liz Phair, with whom she shares a meandering singing style and a lyrical bluntness that sounds at once suggestive and wounded." NPR
"Young, driven, and filled with Southern goodness, Blair's alt-country cuts are packed with the same sorrow and hope as indie-folk brethren like Bright Eyes and Cat Power" Flavorpill
"Despite the former ninth planet’s humiliating reclassification as a mere asteroid, the arrival of Pluto (the CD) is a welcome consolation prize." LA Weekly
"…Blair, 23, brings a talent for crafting her songs — a delicate cross between alt-country and folk-tinged indie-pop — to her first, self-titled EP that seems almost beyond her years." Gambit Weekly
"…reminds me of when Liz Phair was still good." An Aquarium Drunkard
"She has an unassuming musical presence and a modest charm that never flaunts her talent and wit, instead allowing the listener to happily stumble upon them." The Owl Mag
"…comparable to the likes of Jenny Lewis." My Old Kentucky Blog
"…rising faster than the launch of the latest NASA telescope" I Guess I'm Floating
"She sounds more like a seasoned veteran than a 23 year-old on the verge of releasing her sophomore effort." Offbeat Magazine
"Her beautiful voice and quiet acoustic guitar are charming in a way that will make you forget everything that ails you." Can You See The Sunset From The Southside?
"…an auspicious start for a songwriter who has nowhere to go but up." The Rawking Refuses To Stop!
"Her lyrics channel great folk singers of yesteryear like Joni Mitchell" Hero Hill
"Blair possesses a boatload of talent, leading her past the formulaic masses of atypical feminine folk songwriters." Obscure Sound
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