“..she prompts plenty of comparisons to Joanna Newsom and Neil Young – but you’ve got to witness this tiny chanteuse deliver her punch of a punk alto live to truly grasp her ever-changing take on Americana.”
– Time Out New York
“Over the course of [Kid Face], she paints an honest and heartfelt masterpiece that’s emotionally charged, infectious and tender, all at the right moments.”
“..a spartan and elegantly beautiful album.”
– Indie Music
“Samantha Crain hits a home run with Kid Face…eleven beautiful and thoughtful songs crafted by a gifted musician underscores both Crain’s considerable skill as a lyricist and her uniquely lovely voice.
– No Depression
Del Barber grew up in the Canadian Prairies, and the landscape is as much a part of him as the people he has met along the way. From the fertile Red River Valley to the pastures of the west, straight into the factory floors and slaughter houses of the city, Barber’s fourth album, Prairieography, is born out of a love for his home, its people and their stories.