Fazerdaze, aka New Zealand's Amelia Murray, has already accomplished so much even before releasing her debut record, a testament to how her music has already captivated audiences. She's been praised by NME, Pitchfork, played with Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Connan Mockasin, sold out shows across Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Japan and South East Asia, and was invited to join the Red Bull Music Academy in Montreal in 2016.
Bob Boilen of NPR: "I love that... Yikes! That’s great! I’m excited"
NPR's All Songs Considered: "A melody from quirkily ornamented acoustic to edgy, processed rock"
Stereogum: "Nothing is a seriously stunning piece of work that ought to put Common Holly on your radar"
The Line of Best Fit: "... gloriously experimental, showcasing Common Holly’s undeniable ear for comprehensive melodies and tangible emotion"
Alt Citizen: "Even when the guitars gnash their teeth Naggar’s voice sounds like it’s drifting on a cloud. I can’t wait to hear where she floats to next"
Indie Shuffle on 'If After All': "A cathartic moment of poetry that's straight out of the Paranoid Android playbook,".
Indie Shuffle on Nothing: "... delicately yet brutally candid, which in turn makes it endearingly relatable"
DIY Magazine: "If there’s one word that couldn’t be used to describe Montreal-based Common Holly, aka Brigitte Naggar, it’s predictable"
Rookie Mag: "Common Holly is just getting started"
PopCrush: "Silky vocals poised above soft strums that eventually crescendo, sweeping an entire indie-rock spectrum"
Culture Collide: "Common Holly... takes on the coming of age tale with a compositional artistry way beyond her years"
Raw Meat: "Common Holly's sounds are immediately unique, drawing us into a world of her own creation"
Gold Flake Paint: "Magical and mercurial and then decisively sincere"