i-D: "Just press play and float away."
Clash: "…evoking the mood of Nick Drake and epic soundscapes in the vein of Arcade Fire."
Hunger TV: "Tamsin Wilson has vocals that hit you with a power and beauty, which almost forces you to close your eyes and imagine some mystical wonderland of pine trees and foggy lakes."
DIY: "('Anahita') grows from a fragile four-minutes of plaintive vocals and sparse instrumentation, into the kind of heart-racing build that would send Explosions In The Sky back to the drawing board."
Drowned In Sound: "...a whole lot of gorgeous"
Gold Flake Paint: "...their own brand of colossal, tempered indie-pop is simply show-stopping, vast and assured in the most heart-pounding way."
Crack Magazine: "Its swirling, hypnotic vibe serves as a perfect example of why the New York trio are on an upwards trajectory in 2014.... it is, frankly, gorgeous."
All Things Go: "Wilsen approaches every moment with a tasteful, editing ear; nothing is extraneous, and nothing is too bare. Organic and electronic sounds blend with a skilled voice to create an effect that’s nothing short of enchanting. "
Pigeons & Planes: "...spectacularly made music fit for dusk, morning, and any time in between"
'Sirens' is the debut mini-album from Wilsen.
Self-recorded in deepest Ontario, ‘Sirens’ weaves the traditions of folk songcraft with electric arrangements, creating a sound that finds beauty in an appreciation for musical space.
The 'Magnolia' EP was released in May 2014.
Wilsen have toured in North America & Europe with the likes of Rodriguez, Daughter and Matthew & The Atlas. They have played shows in New York with the likes of London Grammar, Lia Ices, San Fermin & Basia Bulat.
'Sirens' is available to download from iTunes: http://smarturl.it/wilsensirens
'Magnolia' EP is also available to download from iTunes: http://smarturl.it/wilsenmagnoliaep
Watch Wilsen's Wild Honey Pie session here: http://www.thewildhoneypie.com/wilsen/