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Reviews & Press | “hello heartache”

VENTS Magazine

“All in all the whole CD is brilliantly delivered with a richly woven Alternative-Rock texture with songs that have serious popish staying power. Music will remind you of Ingrid Michaelson, Colbie Caillat, Erin McCarley and Anna Nalick. To be honest I can’t say enough about Kinds appeal and overall signature sound.”

Indie Artist Alliance

“(hello heartache) has all the trademarks of Pop Rock popular in the late nineties – back when it sounded good. It will also appeal to both advanced and novice listeners alike. Whatever kind of listening level you’re on – some will identify with things while others will not. Like a three-layered cake, Kind is one artist that has a lot of depth and has so much to offer. Whether it’s musically, lyrically, inspirationally, emotionally, spiritually – if you feel like music is taking us in the wrong direction than rest assured Amanda Kind is taking us back in the right direction…”

Target Audience Magazine

“In this overly saturated genre, Amanda Kind manages to stand out from other indie-alt artists. Her answer to mundane music is to deliver something special with a breath of fresh air, signature sound and a powerful message to call her own. Kind’s strength is her passion and ability to write a powerful piece of music via solid musicianship and thought-provoking melodies that speaks to the heart. One would be wise to keep an eye on her over the years to come.”

Indie Music Digest

“From start to finish “Hello Heartache” from Amanda Kind is an impressive catalogue of music. The music is very passionate, melodic, and comes from a happy yet defiant perspective. Note for note, song for song there isn’t really weak piece on this entire catalogue. The strong suit of Kind  is her infectious voice and overall persona – which you can’t help but fall in love with.”

Waterloo Chronicle

“The songs are a diverse mix of driving rock tunes and mysterious ballads with catchy hooks and tongue-in-cheek lyrics that appeal to Top-40 and alternative rock lovers alike.”

Echo Weekly

“Pop music comes in many shapes and forms, and ‘Hello Heartache’ is a record to stop all the stereotypes.”

Reviews & Press | Stage

Into The Woods

“The star of the show is undoubtedly the multi-talented Amanda Kind as the witch. She is funny, sings beautifully; really a scene-stealer.” – Waterloo Region Record

Anne of Green Gables

“One of the best voices on stage is Amanda Kind as the school teacher Miss Stacy. Vocal director of KW Glee and a voice coach, Kind has tremendous presence on stage and a voice to match. She is one of those performers you want to keep watching.” – Waterloo Region Record

One of A Kind

“Kind has a great big nuanced voice that touches the soul with its fragility and hits like a dynamic boom.” – Vancouver Sun

Making Waves

“A remarkable voice that draws the audience in.” – Langley Times