"Go With The Flow showcases Heather Edwards many faces and allows listeners to see how an artist can stretch their creativity across the musical spectrum in one full swoop. Not an easy task but kudos to Heather for a best effort!"
The title track "Go With The Flow" whose hip-hop beats and violin flourishes are engaging; in addition to the added touches of samples (the "chu-chu" sample was fairly catchy).
Perhaps the hippest song with lyrics was "I've Decided". Easily the most pop radio-ready track on the album the song's frank lyrics and in-your-face quality strike me as both appealing and funky.
"Lavender Blues" could easily pass as a backdrop for a sequence of scenes in a romantic movie where two characters are rediscovering the lives they once had, walking together on the beach, hand in hand while the wind pushes them toward the sands...the scene shifts to a bedroom where they make passionate love together.
"Flash of Red (Here Comes Mother)" is another perfect composition for the big screen or made-for-TV movie. The magic and energetic sonic lines, accompanied by the piano, have a feel-good kind of pounding to it. This is the kind of music of which racing scenes are made!
Bill Pere, Director, CT Songwriting Academy; Author Mystic, Connecticut:
Transalgia - Good musicianship and good use of textures and counterpoints.
What other music industry professionals say...
Scott Tingley, singer/songwriter:
"Escape" is one powerhouse of a song. With minimal players, the band makes this sound very symphonic. The guitar and piano poundin' out an awesome melody make for a very fine all around song. There is some well woven synth. lines that ran nicely under the guitar groove. Radio ready, this one is sure to be a hit.
Alex Forbes, Songwriter/Song Coach - Wingdale, New York:
Go With The Flow - I like the edgy, dark, angular aspect of the Verse and Pre-Chorus sections. They build up a great deal of tension which is relieved wonderfully by the Chorus. Yay, good work!
You - My favorite aspect of this song is the boldness of the single line "you" followed by the next 3 lines. It makes it very catchy musically.