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  • Independent Clauses Feb. 25, 2013
    Heather and Marky Hladish’s gorgeous, winsome tunes shine lyrically and musically. (Read More)
  • Type In Stereo Feb. 18, 2013
    Heather Hladish’s distincitive alto, which slides in somewhere among Greta Salpeter and Natalie Merchant’s beautiful deliveries, is the true focal point of the record. (Read More)
  • Made of Chalk Featured Artist - Feb 2013 Feb. 5, 2013
    The album is full of meaningful lullabies that reach the emotional heights of the best kind of folk music. (Read More)
  • The Deli - Chicago Feb. 4, 2013
    What is so remarkable about Heather's writing is how personal yet universal and meaningful it is. Her songs are about patience, waiting, longing but ultimately, as on the song "Married", contentment. (Read More)
  • Chicagoverse Unlimited Feb. 2, 2013
    I think the older I get, the more contemplative I become. Time starts to move exponentially faster with every year that passes and I keep digging my heels in, trying to enjoy every minute. I tend to write songs that are about specific moments and this is my way of taking a moment and extending it, reliving it and just having it forever. (Read More)
  • Alternative Press Jan. 2, 2013
    eather Hladish's voice is buttery smooth, reminiscent of a less manic, less contralto Fiona Apple. The album's subtlest but most important strength is it's mood: There's a warm and cozy atmosphere running throughout that sucks the listener up into their headphones and transports them to the Hladish's living room for an intimate show. (Read More)