Spacious, salty and moving. – USAToday.com
This is very cool, but not just because of the great uke playing- it's about the voice, out in the open, not buried in production. As angelic as it is weather beaten, what music NPR Austin calls "delightfully wistful indie folk with tender and earnest roots," Aly Tadros has spent the last decade traveling across Egypt, Turkey, Mexico, and Europe. Banned with her classical and acoustic guitars, ukelele, and vihuela, there's no denying her travels have informed the breadth of her songwriting, noted best for its intimacy, honesty and lyricism.