Album Reviews and Press


Elaine Rasnake — Breathe AgainReflective Surface Mag
”…it is a testament to her talents not only as a musician and songwriter but as a producer and engineer…Breathe Again unfolds like the diary entries of a girl on the precipice of adulthood, and it is a diary I certainly would not mind reading more of.”

Elaine Rasnake’s Debut LP Breathe Again Is a Breath Of Fresh AirYou Don’t Know Jersey
“It’s immediately clear that this album is nothing like other DIY indie pop being released right now–in the best way.”

Elaine Rasnake - Breathe AgainPolaris DIY
“This isn't only one of the best pieces we've reviewed but probably one of our favorite pieces of the year.”

Beyond The Valley: Elaine Rasnake's 'Breathe Again' Out NowLehigh Valley Underground
"Much of Elaine Rasnake’s earlier recordings are characterized by the merging of both acoustic folk and sampled electronic influences. Her latest album, Breathe Again, finds the singer-songwriter blending these disparate influences more seamlessly than ever and discovering a sound that is unmistakably personal and expressive."

Premiere: Elaine Rasnake, “Breathe Again” LPDigital Wheat Paste
Elaine Rasnake created the excellent Breathe Again completely on her own terms, writing all songs, playing every instrument on the record, and produced, mixed, and mastered it herself.
And damn, it’s gorgeous”

Items Tagged PhiladelphiaThe Key
“...the electronic vibes of her “Spacesuit” single are very indebted to The Postal Service, The Magnetic Fields, and (for those who remember them) Athens, GA duo I Am The World Trade Center. Rasnake has a great voice and perspective, using lyrics about intergalactic travel to ruminate on interpersonal connection.”