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I first covered Gintsugi back in 2021 when I reviewed her self titled EP and I knew then she was something special. Even so, The Elephant In The Room has exceeded my expectations. 
Mixing an intoxicating, decadent sadness with moments of brittle humour and verve, this album covers a rich pallet of sounds from 90s alt-rock to baroque art-pop. An extraordinary album by an emerging artist that deserves to be huge.

Susan Sloan, Louder Than War

Opening with piano, there’s a instant vulnerability to Complete that draws you in. The lyrics are a repeating affirmation. Coupled with light and compelling vocals, they are a soothing balm to anyone struggling with their confidence. It’s the perfect remedy for those hardened by a cynical world.

Graeme Smith, York Calling

Gintsugi's artistic prowess and her ability to channel her innermost emotions into her music make 'The Elephant in the Room' a must-listen for music enthusiasts everywhere. The album promises to take listeners on a transformative journey as each song delves deep into the human psyche. With "Hex" paving the way for the rest of the album, Gintsugi continues to leave an indelible mark on the music industry. Her mystique and enchantment will undoubtedly captivate fans and newcomers alike.

Natalie Patrick, EARMILK

Vocals, which are a grassy mantle that spreads over the keyboard of her instrument and creates a story in which the pain, given by the impossibility of a love between two men, sets the conscience on fire, using a register of voice that dances between the low and high registers, to give credibility to a lily that is born in the heart while listening to this murderous delight.


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