Memphis singer and guitarist Liz Brasher does more than just recreate the sound of old soul music. She captures its tortured spirit”

Jeff Gage for Rolling Stone

NPR MUSIC features 'Outcast' live video from SXSW 2018

Rolling Stone Country names Liz Brasher as one of the 25 best at SXSW 2018

Hear Don Gonyea and Stephen Thompson on Weekend Edition discuss 3 NPR Slingshot artists that will be at SXSW next week.
"There's a lot going on in her sound. I think she has enormous potentional.." -Stephen Thompson

NPR Music has premiered  “Body of Mine” on NPR Music, featuring the track on All Songs Considered episode. "A Memphian of Dominican descent who grew up singing in Spanish in the church, Brasher synthesizes the sounds of ‘60s garage, girl group sounds, dirty blues, holy roller church music, and Bob Dylan into something completely her own." -Nick Loss-Eaton

NPR Music ads Liz to the list of 100 artists to watch at SXSW this year. 

Memphis Music 2018: Justin Timberlake, Lucero, Liz Brasher among the year's expected big releases

"Brasher’s record finds the North Carolina native mixing her Dominican roots and gospel rearing into an inspired and beguiling vision of American soul music." 

-The Commercial Appeal

"Brasher's strain of soul is one that's flush with lyrical nods to Biblical images, Rubber Soul harmonies and a gruff reverence to its southern roots."



"She has a voice that’ll stop you in your tracks... a deep lounge/soul vibe, reminiscent of Amy Winehouse. "

-VENTS Magazine

"Though she can be labeled as a “soul” or “folk” artist, she is both and neither simultaneously. Her sound defies genre labels and exists as a fusion of many styles. This makes it irresistible."

-The Revue