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"Lachica's talent is all over the album, her effortless musicality however doesn't take away from the heart-tugging simplicity of the melodies... a powerful album in the tradition of Cocteau Twins and Beach House." By Michael Kasparis--Rough Trade
"Elaine Lachica has got a voice to cry for! Her voice, both as a single instrument and as the main attraction...challenges and obscures to the same extent that it soothes and transcends." By Quentin Huff-- PopMatters
"When New York-based classical soprano Elaine Lachica wears her singer/songwriter gown, she cuts a serpentine path between the dream-like shrouds of the Cocteau Twins and the jazzy, rhythmic delicacy of Stina Nordenstam. The Baltimore-born, Peabody-trained Lachica soars through the same sort of genre-less ether... Lachica steers her arresting, haunting voice into underground tunnels of nervous beauty and down-tempo meditations." By Bret McCabe -- Baltimore City Paper
Elaine Lachica's 'I think I can see the ocean' (Stunning Models on Display) lies somewhere between indie rock, art song, dream pop and shoegaze. It was produced by Kieran Kelly (Will Stratton) and Elaine Lachica and features Rob Moose (Bon Iver). Now available at these independent record stores--Rough Trade in London, and Ground Zero in Paris.