"We like the prospects for this artist,
who is gifted with a womanly resonance that projects mad amounts of soul on artful material."
-Music Connection Magazine
"I always take delight in discovering tracks that blur the line between genres,
but I’ve yet to come across a song that blurs a decades long divide in styles the way that this does.
Kicking off with a hazy 90s melancholy that recalls the likes of Jeff Buckley or the Smashing Pumpkins,
before bursting into dreamy 50s doo-wop, ‘Cut The Line’ shares a superb interplay of light and dark.
Not a combination you perhaps consider, but it sure as hell works.
Lyrically the song takes the old adage about there being “plenty of fish in the sea” and takes it a step further,
as Annachristie contemplates reeling in her love. I feel like this song is ahead of the curve,
like it should be the next big trendsetting track. Needless to say, Annachristie is on to a winner with this one."
The Vilolet Wave
"This woman’s tone is truly something special. She has a kind of huskiness that’s bluesy and mesmerizing.
Her soulfulness brings light in many ways, and the melody is reminiscent of the 50’s,
with an atmospheric landscape that will lull you in"
Art will fall
'Annachristie Sapphire is an indie-folk singer/songwriter forging her path over in the United States.
With a unique charm you can't quite put your finger on,
Sapphire is an artist that you definitely have to pay attention to"
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