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Maini Sorri - Parting Of Our WaySome cuts from Maini‘s Parting Of Our Way reviews:  Jer at Sleeping Bag Studios writes: “Parting Of Our Way”ends up becoming quite the ride through a clever metal-melody that’s got a brilliant display of contrast between sweetness and the extreme. Orlando Mestre of the USA slays the guitar-parts completely, flexing much musical-muscle, style, chops & skills…”

“Orlando was a perfect choice to bring out the vibrant guitar-riffs and non-stop energy that fuels the music of “Parting Of Our Way” – and Maini is an equally-perfect choice to bring the lyrics/vocals to life through stunning contrast.”

“…it’s the magic in Maini’s performance that makes these words come alive.  Her sweetened tones sound innocent, yet bold in the mix of the music around her voice…”   Read the whole review here

A&R team at Got That Music LLC Records/All Purpose Music Group LLC writes: “The vocal performance has a soft angelic delivery with good melody range.”.. “The overall track sound is up to industry standards, good mix. Maini Sorri is a talented singer with a powerful produced musical composition!” “It’s a great song to be placed in movies and on television.” “Very marketable record!”

“Great overall sound, this team of producer, songwriter and singer have a lot of potential together!”

Rick Jamm at JamSphere writes: “The whole rock, ambient metal idea, is really cool, and blending it with Maini’s airy, high pitched vocals provides an interesting contrast.” “Her delivery is excellent, she has wonderful tone, and her harmonies sound absolutely beautiful.”

“When the music transitions from a heavier phase of the song to a dreamier, spacy feel, these transitions flow nicely. Guitars fade appropriately, percussion switches to a softer, electronic effect, and the vocals take the forefront, highlighting the strength and beauty of Maini’s voice.”

Brian Lanese & Orlando Mestre produced the track, and they did a fantastic job.”.. the two producers seemed to have clear ideas, without over producing. In conclusion, this is simply a fantastic track.” Read the whole review here:

Brett Stewart at Independent Spotlight writes: “The intensely prolific songwriter, who now has 25 albums in her discography, has proven to be a resilient and compellingly creative talent.” “Written by Gary Cornman with instrumentation by Orlando Mestre, the powerhouse track is arguably one of the more driving, bombastic efforts in Sorri’s catalog”

“Vocally, I’d perhaps align Sorri with a performer like Yoko Ono. She has a very expressive, unique voice, and it’s a good one, too.”…”I adore how Sorri harmonizes with herself; it’s a great sound.” “Parting Of Our Way’ is an excellent track. I love that Maini Sorri is continuing to experiment within her sound.” Read the whole review here

Andrea Caccese at The BandCamp Diaries writes: “Maini is a rare talent: she is great on melodies and on moody vibes, but her brand new single, “Parting of Our Way” is also proof that she can really rock when she wants to.”

“The song features really great overdriven guitar tones as well as some really powerful drums and some beautiful synth keys.”… “Maini particularly shines on this track by layering multiple vocal harmonies that truly constitute the vocal strength of this track.” “The song is fairly different from most of her previous work, and it is incredibly refreshing to see an artist that isn’t afraid to challenge her own boundaries and constantly experiment with new things and new takes on sound.”

Read the whole review here

Read Maini’s promoter Jason Bonnar’s great selection of  her album, EP and single reviews here.

The Metronomicon Slay the Dance Floor

The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor featuring Maini Sorri’s Lost Love released for PS4 and Xbox One on August 29th and 30th 2017 respectively and following the same tradition as The Metronomicon’s original PC and Mac release on September 29th 2016; Slay the Dance Floor has been receiving rave reviews ever since.

How to Purchase The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor on PS4 and Xbox One

The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor is available digitally via the European and US PlayStation and Xbox Live Stores with a variety of bundles and packs. You can find out how to purchase and the price points of The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor on PS4 and Xbox One via the Available Now press release.

Written Reviews (in order of highest to lowest review scores)

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The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor is receiving rave reviews on PS4 and Xbox One including the following written reviews:

The Drastik Measure – 9.9 out of 10 (PC expansion)
“Amazing blend of rhythm and RPG mechanics, good strategical depth in RPG choices with regards to equipment/skills, varied and impressive soundtrack–generally no duds, appropriate song sequencing, vibrant and over-the-top visuals paired with quirky dancing animation, packed with the Puubas’ unique brand of humour everywhere–item descriptions, cutscenes, etc, various difficulty settings make it simultaneously newbie-friendly and catering to rhythm veterans, daily challenges and high score leaderboards add a LOT of replayability, wide support for controllers, guitar controllers, dance pads and HIGHLY polished.”

PlayStation Nation – 9.5 out of 10
“While playing Metronomicon I didn’t want to put it down until my hands hurt, and sometimes persisted in spite of the fatigue. This is just a fantastically crafted game. The systems all work great together and the soundtrack contains more earworms than should be legally allowed in a game.”

Sick Critic – 9.5 out of 10
“Playing this game was a magnificent treat, both for the hands and ears. Puuba has tried to mix and match all these different genres for a while now, and they’ve finally hit every single note perfectly. The music was diverse, the gameplay was engaging and free-flowing, and it’s one of the best games of the year. Just get it right now. An amazing audible experience that manages to keep its stride, to become a Game of The Year Contender, and the best rhythm-action game to come out in years.”

Marooner’s Rock – 9.4 out of 10
“The soundtrack is incredible, as before. There are multiple songs that will absolutely get stuck in your head. Addictive gameplay, killer soundtrack and adds improvements over an already great game.”

Comics & Gaming Magazine – 9 out of 10
“If you’re looking to unlock your inner D&D dance machine, look no further than The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor. If you’re feeling really ambitious, you can whip out your Rockband 4 guitars. You know, really get immersed in the whole party style. Just be prepared for some humbling gameplay and to come away singing the songs for days on end.”

Desconsolados – 9 out of 10 (Spanish)
“As if it has not been noticed in the analysis, The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor has enchanted me. The musical selection is enormous, varied and of quality, while the mechanics are simply great.”

Gaming Trend – 9 out of 10
“The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor is one of the most infectious rhythm games this year. Its perfect blend of music gameplay and RPG mechanics is an ambitious one that sticks the landing, and the addictive soundtrack will have your toe tapping long after you turned it off. Just stay away from the dancing bears if you’re not shaking it like a Polaroid.”

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Honest Gaming Reviews – 9 out of 10
“Any rhythm game is only as good as the soundtrack of it. This is where Metronomicon really shines. There are 50 tracks in total in the base game (more to come via DLC packs) and even after 7 days straight of playing the game, I still haven’t become bored with the music. There hasn’t been one single time where I’ve thought ‘Oh no , not this bloody song again’. There are a few genres included, electronica, indie, synthwave and I love them all. In conclusion, Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor was an absolute joy to play and I had huge amounts of fun with it. It’s a title that I will come back to again and again in pursuit of higher scores and maybe sometimes just to chill out and listen to the tunes.”

Life is Xbox – 85 out of 100
“Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor is an addictive and really fun game that uses the best from the roleplaying and rhythm genre mix. It has a great list of songs, depth and unique gameplay, replay value and more! Great soundtrack, fun gameplay with depth, replay value and really fun local co-op.”

Gaming Age – 83 out of 100 (B+)
“The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor went from being a game that wasn’t on my radar, to being one of the more engrossing blends of video game mechanics I’ve played all year long. The stellar soundtrack combined with a solid base of RPG trappings makes for a really enjoyable time, and something that I doubt many developers could stick the landing on as well as Akupara Games and PUUBA have done here.”

Use A Potion – 8.3 out of 10
“Still, no matter how enjoyable and on point its RPG elements might be, a rhythm game is nothing without a banging soundtrack to go with it. Thankfully, Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor has a great selection of tunes. Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor’s blend of RPG action and rhythm based gameplay is something I could never have imagined working, but now that I’ve actually played it I simply can’t get enough. It mixes up the two genres in such a creative and imaginative way, in turn providing an experience that’ll provide hours upon hours of zany, adventuring fun. Whether you’re a fan of RPGs or a fan of busting some moves to a rhythm game, Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor is definitely worth checking out.”

Comicbook.com – 4 out of 5
“The song selections are very good, with some not-so-typical tracks from talented artists. It successfully merges two great tastes together into one inventive experience that players won’t get enough of. It’s a good time with solid controls, abundant multiplayer options (and leaderboards) and a fun little presentation. When it comes to delivering an entertaining music experience, Metronomicon kills it.”

Common Sense Media – 4 out of 5
“Rhythm-based adventure that’s got a quirky beat. Matching character strengths to enemy weaknesses, trying out new skills and spells, and mixing up the party members is like tuning an instrument, and when it all comes together, it’s music to the player’s ears.”

GamesBeat (Venture Beat) – 80 out of 100
“The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor is a lot of fun if you’re into rhythm games. I don’t think any other game quite like it is out there.”

GameSpace – 8 out of 10
“Metronomicon Slay the Dance Floor is a ton of fun and I hope to see more rhythm RPGs in the future. The soundtrack is also top notch and I often had various songs stuck in my head long after I stopped playing. For anyone who likes RPGs and Rhythm games, this is one you won’t want to pass up.”

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GameZone – 8 out of 10
“I’m not sure what I was expecting when I first booted up Metronomicon, but what I got was a pleasant surprise. The soundtrack is comprised of a lot of indie artists, and it’s pretty great! If you’re a fan of rhythm games and want to add a little bit of RPG quirk to your correctly-timed button presses, then you can’t go wrong with Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor.”

Saving Content – 4 out of 5
“The soundtrack itself has a lot of various songs from slower paced songs to fast beats of electronic or techno. It was easy to get into the music and just enjoy the beats. My 3 year old daughter watched me play and even had a blast just jumping around to the music. Some nice solid selections. The Metronomicon is a solid musical experience with a cool twist. It offers a story mode, challenge modes, and endless mode and is just a fun light-hearted rhythm game that can be fun for people of all ages. Highly recommended, and if the music genre is to a player’s preference, then quest onward and tap to the beat!”

Windows Central – 4 out of 5
“A music game with RPG mechanics is something you don’t see every day. Fighting monsters to electronic indie songs is quite enjoyable. Lots of modes to keep the party going, plus local co-op!”

4Players.de – 7.5 out of 10 (German)
“The mix of rhythm game and fantasy roleplaying works suprisingly well – mainly thanks to the fact that the basic mechanics don’t stray too much from the Amplitude formula. So in the end it boils down to your musical tolerance. If you don’t mind electronic and and a wide range of indie music, you’ll get a lot of fun out of this one.”

Xbox Gamer Reviews – 7.3 out of 10
“Metronomicon may not feature any of the big names in the music industry, but the songs themselves will certainly leave a lasting impression. The songs are catchy as hell. The Metronomicon has combined two opposing genres with positive effects. The role playing elements fused with rhythmic gameplay creates a fun adventure, with some wacky outlandish characters. The levelling system allows you to progress further. Finally the songs will stick in your head.”

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Bonus Stage – 7 out of 10
“With plenty of catchy tracks, a fantastic co-op mode and a brilliant coming together of two diametrically opposed genres, Puuba Games’ The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor delivers one of the more compelling rhythm games released for quite some time. Mechanically and conceptually it’s as good as anything out there. It’s quite unlike anything else out there, and with very few rhythm games on the market right now, The Metrnomicon: Slay the Dance Floor delivers a much welcome entry into an increasingly niche genre.”

Digitally Downloaded – 7 out of 10
“Taken exclusively as a rhythm game, there is so much to appreciate about Metronomicon. It does bring some new tricks to a genre that often feels quite stale for ideas, and has a truly killer soundtrack.”

Gamers Heroes – 7 out of 10
“I can safely attest that it’s quite different from the typical rhythm games we have come to expect. This game has sword-and-sorcery RPG elements, a fun story, good voice-acting, a fantastic soundtrack – which is a healthy mixture of electronic, pop, techno-pop – and quirky aesthetics. And if that wasn’t enough, the gameplay is actually quite deeper than it appears.”

The Xbox Hub – 7 out of 10
“Decent Indie artist selection, Guitar Hero Vibe, song variety, RPG elements blend well, replayability and plenty of game modes.”

Game Tyrant
“The game is a lot of fun and easily addictive! From the moment I started playing it, I caught myself constantly promising “one more song,” but it was never just one more song! I thoroughly enjoyed this mix of genre! Truly an innovative title worth the hours of game play I can guarantee any music gamer will put in to it!”

Hardcore Gamer
“The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor has grabbed me all over again, especially with well-designed PlayStation trophies that keeps the next one tantalizing close to unlocking. Anyone that enjoys a good rhythm game set to electronic music would be only hurting themselves if they don’t open up The Metronomicon now.”

Reviews and Gameplay Stream Videos

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There are also a variety of YouTube videos accompanying written reviews or capturing live gameplay streams including the following:

Cornshaq Gaming (Review)

Rand al Thor 19 (Review)

Superken Gaming (Review)

Let’s Play The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor #1 – Behonkiss Plays (Gameplay Stream)

The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor – Full Game Hard Mode (1st Try) [Xbox One] – CladMaster Gaming (Gameplay Stream)

The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor Gameplay – Gaming Trend (Gameplay Stream)

The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor – PS4 Gameplay 1st Look – Nalyo Gaming (Gameplay Stream)

Official Developer Videos

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There are official developer videos such as trailers including:

Launch Trailer

Live Action Trailer

Home Console Announcement Trailer

The Metronomicon Minute #8 – Cut Scenes (featuring Maini Sorri’s Lost Love)

Maini Sorri - I Fall To PiecesMaini‘s rock single I Fall To Pieces got excellent reviews. Rick Jamm from London writes in Jamsphere Magazine:

“Like all of Maini recordings, I Fall To Pieces proves to be an extremely rewarding listen as its internal complexities unfold…As usual Maini once again shows that she is at the top of her game vocally. The song’s musical and lyrical thoughts are delivered in the clearest manner they could ever be”. Read the whole review here

Brett Stewart, Chicago, Tilting Windmill Studios writes: “Sorri’s vocals are solid, as usual…I’d actually align her vocal style to that of Yoko Ono. I mean that as a compliment, too…Sorri’s typical pop sensibility is infused into ‘I Fall To Pieces’ as well, and it’s a catchy tune.”Read the whole review here

Bree Morcroft, freelance writer from Melbourne, Australia writes: “After a slow-building, atmospheric introduction, ‘I Fall To Pieces’ explodes into a slightly unexpected, but pleasing bright burst of pop goodness the moment the vocal kicks in.” Read the whole review here

Bradley Rust, freelance writer from Sydney, Australia writes: “Maini follows up the impressive collaboration single ‘Second Chance’ with a new single of her own. To start with, my first vibe is a little Nightwish style from the opening 30 seconds before the pace eases a little and her voice takes centre stage”. Read the whole review here

More more sound writes: “I Fall To Pieces” is a truly stunning track with a rock edge that feels emotional and fragile, yet uplifting and direct, highlighting Maini’s strong ability to turn touching personal stories into amazing melodies with a purpose”. Read the whole review here

 

Maini Sorri and Magneto Dayo - Second ChanceMaini and Magneto Dayo‘s new single Second Chance has got great reviews from around the world. Rick Jamm from London writes in Jamsphere Magazine: “In “Second Chance” her performance is almost angelic and plays a perfect foil to Magneto Dayo’s easy-paced rhymes. He flows and she flies. Like heaven and earth” Read the whole review here.

Rick Jamm’s review is also published in Soundlooks (He flows and she flies…like heaven and earth) and in VideoMusicStars (Second Chance – Euro-styled rap and dance).

DownBeatz write in there review: “Their recent single “Second Chance” is a great taste of their eclectic attitude and great production skills. The song strikes punchy and direct from the very first beat… it’s about to become a total club banger!” Read the whole review here

Bree Morcroft, freelance writer from Melbourne, Australia writes: “New York Hip Hop mixed with Swedish Pop… it only takes one listen to stick in your head, and when the instrumental version starts playing – you will be singing”. Read the whole review here.

Joshua Smotherton writes in Middle Tennessee Music.com: “With it’s upbeat, make-you-move energy and the vocal stylings of Maini’s singing blended with Dayo’s flow, this single is a must for your next dance party. Don’t be surprised when you hear this the next time you hit the club”. Read the whole review here

Bradley Rust, freelance writer from Australia writes: “Two very compelling voices make for a fresh blast of dance floor moving sounds. Fun, catchy and unique” Read the whole review here.

Brett Stewart, Chicago writes in Independent Spotlight: “I love the induction of Magneto Dayo to Sorri’s style. She mixes perfectly with his strong, powerful hip hop delivery. One of the things about Sorri’s music that I’ve always found especially compelling is her ability to work with a myriad of artists and collaborators across great distances to significant success”. Read the whole review here

Carsten Lehmann has written the music. Lyrics are by Maini Sorri and Magneto Dayo. The label behind the release is Reya music from Sweden.

Maini Sorri - Lost LoveMaini‘s two Akademia Music Award winning singles have got great reviews. Read an excellent review in Jamsphere Magazine of Lost Love (Dance Remix) on June 11th 2015 here.

Read a great review by Brett Stewart from Chicago of Lost Love on June 5th 2015 here and a good review of Lost Love (Dance Remix) on June 6th 2015 here

The Billboard Magazine critic Chuck Taylor wrote about Lost Love in his Music Xray review on May 29th 2015: “Swedish-based Maini is backed by a ferocious grinding rock template that will make listeners’ teeth rattle… in the best possible way.” The intro is incredibly crafty with the slow build into a BOOM… throughout, the tempo builds robustly… the guitar breakdown at the midsection is wholly impressive… Alongside, pounding percussion persistently drives the track. An absolute ace… well done!

Maini Sorri - Lost Love (Dance Remix)Both singles are co-produced by Brian Lanese, a three time Emmy Award Winner and Grammy Nominee, the lead singer, writer and producer of 5 time 1st round ballot Grammy Nominated rock band Permanent Ability, and Orlando M , the guitarist of Permanent Ability, engineered by Brian Lanese, mixed and mastered by Anthony Dini, USA. All instruments are performed and recorded by Orlando M.

Music is by Maini Sorri and lyrics by Gary Cornman. Label behind the release is Reya music. Cd artwork pic by Johan Zetterlund and cd artwork layout Marjo-Riitta Oksanen.

You can listen to Lost Love on spotify and it’s in the player on Maini’s website to the left here

You can listen to Lost Love (Dance Remix) on spotify and it is in the player on Maini’s website to the left here.

Maini Sorri - MoiraRead this great review by LA Music Examiner in LA, USA: “Moira” is the new single by Finnish singer-songwriter Maini Sorri and Jörgen Hansson. Backed with “Moira (Instrumental Version)”, this is the most recent example of the Sweden-based Sorri’s pop signature sound. Writing since age 8, Sorri has had some time to polish her tuneful trademark performing her songs live as well as on TV and radio.

Released mere days ago “Moira” not only reveals her previous vocal training but also demonstrates she must have paid attention when she was a student of music theory and composition. It’s got a new yet not at all foreign sound to it. Sorri was happy to shed some light on the subject.

Maini Sorri3“Moira’ is a song about my young fan Moira. I gained her as a devoted fan when I sang at Swedish radio’s Song contest in Axevalla, Sweden. I told (American) Gary Cornman about the sweet six year old girl Moira and he surprised me by writing a poem about her that I then composed”. It was later remixed by Jörgen Hansson who also sang background vocals.

The second track is a simply the underlying instrumental. It allows the listener to focus on the actual music composition. The single’s recently released accompanying music video was directed by W.A. Henderson and stars Cindy Clark both from Hollywood, Los Angeles. If it works with audiences as well as some of her previous work it will soon be on radio playlists in Sweden, Finland, the UK, the US, Spain and other countries.

Maini Sorri4Sorri’s new music video is currently on YouTube and her music is available on Facebook, ReverbNation, Bandcamp, the global online radio station Last.FM, MySpace and online stores worldwide. Check out Maini Sorri’s “Moira”. You won’t be (ahem) sorry.

My name is Phoenix and . . . that’s the bottom line.”

Review: Moira   Publisher:   Author: Will Phoenix   Publish Date: March 19th 2014

Will Phoenix has been emploed by such publications as the Daily Collegian and The Los Angeles Times.

See the review and 11 artists pics by Johan Zetterlund here at LA Music Examiner

Pics by Johan Zetterlund.

Maini Sorri - Just A Dream (Remixes)Read the new review of Maini’s new single by Justin Beebe WRUV 90.1 fm in Vermont, USA:

“Cute as a button, Swedish Pop Dance artist Maini is back with another upbeat single titled Just a Dream. The single contains the original plus five other versions of the track. The original has more of a Disco Dance feel to it while the remixes are more EDM based. Another solid effort from Maini.”

Read the review here at WRUV.

Review by Justin Beebe, November 15th 2013.

 

 

Maini Sorri - Hold MeReview – Hold Me      May 21st 2013

I have opportunity to listen to the music of Maini Sorri, an Independent musician from Sweden, is my opinion that Maini has an great talent to perform and to sing with a clear and very suitable voice, her music can involved the listener with joy surrender by emotions.

- “ Hold Me Strong and well define introduction, strong rhythm well keep, easy melody to listen to it, excellent arrangement, great mix and very suitable music, the lyrics message expresses great feeling, with a well define line in combination with a great, and well tune voice, Maini make this melody a great hit, this melody is a joy to the ears. Vocals and music flows just perfect, Maini transmit to the listener her emotion. Is my opinion that this song has everything music, lyrics, vocals and harmonies that a song needs to become a hit. This Song will be a great addition to any music lover library.

This song will be recommended at Newusb, to be add to the Play list and and also to the request list for our friend and fans enjoyment .

Review by Gonzalo Arzamendi, Arzuk Productions & Enterteinment, California

Read the review here

 

Maini Sorri - Hold Me(Single review) Maini Sorri – Hold Me Tuesday, 14 May 2013

This is the third dance release from Maini Sorri. This one is more Pop/ dance crossover song, with a softer beat than the previous dance release of Please Go Away. This is a very nice Pop song and accompanies the voice of Maini very well. Very nice flowing beat and song
This song is very good on a speaker system, but for some reason suffers a little on headphones.
This song is also on the Radio Variety Show May Compilation Competition and for general radioplay.

DJ Readman, UK
Radio Variety Show

Read the review here

“Maini Sorri has to be Sweden’s best kept secret as far as British audiences are concerned. The woman from Uppsala’s profile is really only known to the minority dedicated lovers of Scandinavian music in the U.K. and that is a shame as her album Someday: Volume Two is a sweet, intelligent and enjoyable piece of work.

Ms. Sorri’s vocals glide through the songs with a sense of finely tuned beauty and whilst it is difficult enough to change the written lyrics of one language to another, to change a style could be deemed as an even harder challenge but Maini Sorri provides a great awareness in her voice of what can grab the listener carefully by the hand and touch their heart with finely tuned sentiment.

Like the current fascination for Scandinavian Noir which has crossed from one side of the North Sea to the other with an almost pulsating appreciation, Maini has tapped into a vibe with her songs of innocence and a devastating anguish with Only A Memory, the delightful Oh Echo, the wonderful child-like despair of I Shouldn’t Have Trusted You and the exquisite Lahden Yksin (A Finnish version of the song I Am Leaving) which also gets a superb airing on the album.

The album certainly deserves attention and so does Maini Sorri, it certainly cannot be easy for any singer or band from that part of the world as they constantly have the image of Sweden’s most famous musical export constantly bandied around them. The world has moved on since the heady days of Abba-mania but in some ways the music of that nation never seems to get a look in without someone always asking if they will be as successful.

No matter what Ms. Sorri does next, this album will be a crowning glory of Scandinavian music”.

Ian D. Hall

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Maini Sorri, Someday: Volume Two. Album Review

December 18, 2012

You can read the review at Liverpool Sound and Vision here

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