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Maini Sorri - Someday Volume 3 Album Front Cover - Normal SizeMaini Sorri‘s single Someday Vol. 3 got great reviews. Tunedloud Magazine wrote: “The songs are so beautiful, so soulful and so heartfelt and Maini’s voice is just unbelievable.”

“I know I’m gushing but I honestly can’t think of an artist in recent years who can compare to Maini Sorri in her combination of songwriting, voice and prolificacy.” “Maini Sorri puts so much heart into her music that you cannot help but be moved by it.”

“It’s hard to find an artist with raw vocal talent, great compositions and lyrics that actually connect in a real way. Maini Sorri delivers on all fronts.” “This woman truly does deserve the title of artist, as opposed to most singers currently around.” Read the whole review from 2019 here.

Rebecca Cullen at Stereo Stickman wrote: “Someday is a definite early highlight and underlines that traditional or classic vibe really well..””Poetic imagery and Maini’s ever-meandering, expressive melodies work well together in every case.”

“Oh Echo follows on and injects an acoustic melancholy into the process and some gorgeous guitar work. Another highlight for the progression and build-up throughout.”

“Only A Memory kicks up the pace and adds a subtle level of electronic funk. Meanwhile, reflective and honest lyrics reach out to connect in a lasting way. ” “easily one of Maini’s most enjoyable releases to date.” Read the whole review here.

Fresh Out for the Booth writes: ” All tracks on this compilation are in their own right, masterpieces. Carefully crafted Maini Sorri, you can hear the dedication this musician has for her work across all tracks and it is something truly magical to experience.” Read the whole review here.

FV Music Blog writes:Sorri has the fantastic ability to convey many emotions through her beautiful songwriting and stunning performance.” “The mix, master and production of the album are also to a very high standard. Each of the instrumentation has its own space in the mix and nothing feels crowded. All of the parts come together to create one unified piece of art. Simply magical.” Read the whole review here.

Maini Sorri - Bring Me HomeMaini‘s pop/rock/dance album Bring Me Home got wonderful reviews.

Tunedloud wrote in the review of Bring Me Home on September 15th: “This might be Maini Sorri best album.”…”The songs grow with each play, becoming increasingly transfixing, drawing the listener in with their spiral soundscapes and employing Maini Sorri’s high-pitched vocals to great, yet subtle, effect.”

“This is as downright amazing as it could have been. There’s just so many ideas in the heads of Maini Sorri and her collaborators that 6 tracks just doesn’t seem enough. There’s depth, intensity, emotion, and interesting collaborations on offer, which ticks all the boxes for an extremely memorable recording from Maini Sorri.”

Read the whole review here

Rebecca Cullen at Stereo Stickman wrote in the review on September 19th:

” The title track from the project introduces things in a bold way, showcasing retro dance synths and a rising intensity, all woven in among a delicately optimistic and uplifting soundscape – with a vocal line that’s as delicate and smooth as you might find in ambient trip-hop. The euro-dance vibe is strong but it comes with a level of heart and depth on this particular single. There’s truth in the songwriting and this adds a lot of value and further intensifies that energizing feeling of possibility.”

Read the whole review here

Bandcampdiaries wrote in the review on September 10th:

“Maini Sorri is definitely one of the most diverse and forward-thinking artists I’ve had the chance to discover in recent years. She is always keen on experimenting with a wide variety of different genres, often exposing different creative possibilities and setting the bar higher in terms of what it is possible with music, often collaborating with different artists and songwriters along the way.”

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20180728_160812 Moremore Sound Review photo 600Review of Maini Sorri & Magneto Dayo – When Two Worlds Meet was published in More More Sound on May 24th 2018. Here are some quiotes:

“Maini Sorri & Magneto Dayo are two talented artists with different music backgrounds and styles. Yet, their amazing sensibilities are a perfect match, and together the pair set out to create wonderful music with a rather unique feel.”

“Their most recent studio release is a fantastic album featuring 10 songs.”

“Maini has a really stunning vocals, which is easily recognizable and very distinctive. She obviously puts a lot of heart into her work, and Magneto complements her beautifully with a strong vision and an amazing approach to music, bringing his hip-hop and R&B influences to the table, further enriching the group’s artistic vision.”

“The quality of the mix in this release is particularly excellent. Every track is really balanced, and there is a strong attention to the sonic details in this release.”

You can read the whole review here.