Author Archives: Caitlin

The Telegraph adds Reckless Skyline to Best Country Albums of 2015

“fine songwriting … 12 really strong songs”

Elmore Magazine calls Canty, “a rare and intelligent talent”

“a fine collection of 12 songs from country ballads to dark blues and quiet folk.”

“Ms. Canty’s voice is soft, sure and brings to mind Bonnie Raitt, Lucinda Williams and Gillian Welch”

San Francisco Chronicle calls Canty “the next great Americana star”

“The Vermont native with a casually devastating voice and unshakable poise is bound to be the next great Americana star — except nobody knows it yet”

“The 12 songs here sound wonderfully lived-in, with Canty’s easy way with folk, blues and country”

World Cafe: Next features Reckless Skyline

“Reckless Skyline puts Canty’s grittier rocking side right next to some aching ballads” – World Cafe

BUST Magazine gives Reckless Skyline 5 of 5 stars

“An experienced touring musician known for her collaborative spirit, Canty has earned her breakout moment”

“A beautifully crafted record”

“Get Up” in Heavy Rotation on NPR “10 Songs Public Radio Can’t Stop Playing”

“Recorded live in four days in a western Massachusetts studio with fellow songwriter Jeffrey Foucault at the helm as producer, “Get Up” has a haunting urgency”

NPR “Here and Now” interviews Canty, features Reckless Skyline

Full audio of Caitlin’s performance and interview on “Here and Now” http://hereandnow.wbur.org/2015/01/28/caitlin-canty-reckless-skyline

Seven Days calls Canty’s “haunting alto” a “voice that won’t quit”

“With quiet grace and a voice that won’t quit, Canty effortlessly travels among folk, rock, country and blues. Finely tuning her haunting alto with the acoustic guitar, the New York City-based songstress gives life to poignant lyrics that resonant long after the last note”

Alternate Root calls Reckless Skyline “a siren call”

“like a siren call”

Reckless Skyline softens to show a desert sky surrounding Canty’s version of Neil Young’s “Unknown Legend” as rolling thunder echoes above a still landscape. Put a quarter in the jukebox for a closing time slow dance to the warm “Cold Habit”

Vermont Public Radio interviews Canty

“Critics describe her music as a blend of country, blues, rock and folk. But Canty says she’s not trying to create any particular style or emotion, just craft the best possible songs she can.” Full interview http://digital.vpr.net/post/new-album-proctors-caitlin-canty-sets-her-sights-nashville