Paste Magazine


 "Yellow Moon" from Unravel Me premiered at Paste Magazine describing it as a "ballad  tranquil in its exploration of grief, first toeing the topic before entirely submerging itself in sadness as Chambers’ vocals layer and create a situation in which the depth of harmony increases alongside the gravity of the track."


For Folk's Sake

 "Driven by multiple layers of gorgeous vocal harmonies, Kristin Chambers commands her ballad, ‘Springtime Sugarcane’, with a cathartic resonance. Musically, the track builds into a glorious crescendo, invoking the same sort of power that one might traditionally take from a scorching pop anthem. Tinges of folk pervade the tune, too, however—a spoonful of twang here, a heaping spoonful of forthright storytelling front-and-center. It’s a lovely piece of work, and one that works wonders to represent the Seattle singer-songwriter’s upcoming album, Unravel Me." For Folk's Sake on Springtime Sugarcane from Unravel Me.

Dan's Tunes Seattle

“Kissing Ghosts beckons through complex vocal harmonies, flittingly gritty piano, and melodies that stick in your head like glue. Emotional, true, and filled with compelling melodic musicianship.”

Dan Rey from Dan's Tunes

Dan's Tunes Live Review

“From the moment Chambers opened her mouth, I felt her voice pulling at something inside me, drawing happiness and bubbles that emanated throughout my entire body. I got chills and felt my eyes tear up.”  - Dan’s Tunes on Chambers live performance

Northwest Music Scene