A good songwriter touches a person’s soul. A great songwriter shines a light on parts of a person’s soul that they’ve neglected for years or maybe never even knew existed. Kim Taylor is a great songwriter. Her lyrics, her melodies and her simple musical presence aren’t just perceived by the ears, they’re absorbed through the skin like some kind of emotional osmosis. Taylor’s last album, 2010’s sparse and powerful Little Miracles, was aptly named; nine tracks of stripped down brilliance, packed to overflowing with her hard won wisdom and quiet charm. Kim Taylor paints with sound, using light and dark, melancholy and joy, wonder and certainty, and she creates little masterpieces. And miracles.
You’ll Dig It If You Dig: Being forever altered by the simple act of experiencing passionately beautiful music. That, and pure Folk genius. (Brian Baker, CityBeat)
~ "The next great troubador." (Paste Magazine)