Suicide Girls interview Thomas Anselmi

Read the interview here

MIRROR in NOW Magazine

“imagine an Andy Warhol-style Exploding Plastic Inevitable happening directed by David Lynch and scored by Serge Gainsbourg…”

Read the article in Toronto’s NOW magazine here

MIRROR reviewed in ReGen magazine

“This soundtrack is a veritable cornucopia of dark pop textures the likes of which will surely put many as much in the mind of the ’60s when Nico released Chelsea Girl as in the ’80s and early ’90s when Angelo Badalamenti released albums with Julie Cruise for David Lynch’s films. Pop-inspired melodies drift upon ambient waves of melancholic drama, transporting the listener into a world of gothic sensuality and sorrow.”

Read Ilker Yukel’s review of the MIRROR album here

MIRROR review in blogcritics.org

MIRROR is a marvelous album, an enthralling odyssey that takes you into a haunting world of inner emotions and leaves you spellbound.

Read the review here

MIRROR review in Origivation

“Nowhere” and “From No One with Love” feature the stunning work of postmodern singer/songwriter Laure-Elaine; the former her ability to write pop tunes as catchy and poignant as Kate Nash and the latter her ability to redefine the word “bleak.” “City Lights” even features a monologue by Warhol Superstar Joe Dallesandro that is akin to Burroughs’ work with Sonic Youth.

See the review here

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