“The striking vocals of Angela McCluskey will make you remember the first time you heard Miles blow his horn or Billie sing the blues.” (Hits Magazine)
"Glasgow-born singer-songwriter Angela McCluskey (who actor Norman Reedus has said has “the mesmerizing voice of an angel”) has made good work of spontaneity. It has resulted in collaborations with everyone from Cyndi Lauper to Telepopmusik to Robbie Robertson, and more recently Kendrick Lamar and Azealia Banks; it’s also made for a distinctly unconventional musical life." - The Roxy Hotel
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"We love everything about our new Spring commercial, which is all about looking and feeling fabulous. The clothes may be the star, but the breakout player is the song, which we cannot get out of our heads! We spoke to singer Angela McCluskey, a force of nature, of the band St. Bernadette about her inspiration" . -InsideChic
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"McCluskey is the Vanessa Bell character. The apartment is a Miss Havisham mix of comfortable velvet and silk sofas, and nearly every available surface is painted." - The Wall Street Journal.
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"McCluskey is also the disembodied voice on many a television commercial and film soundtrack — not to mention countless guest spots on albums from Robbie Robertson to Cyndi Lauper." - Planet Magazine
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"Angela McCluskey is an addiction. AS elegant and charming as she is progane and comical, she immediately makes you feel both at ease, and a kind of gleeful discomfort that is only felt when in the presence of a deserving diva." - FlatFeatures
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"Catching McCluskey live is a treat. Slouched over, singing tortured ballads, she is the anti-diva, the anti-Leona Lewis, the anti-manufactured pop star. And her voice works live just as it does on record, an incredible juxtaposition of the greats: Beth Gibbons, Billie Holiday and Nina Simone. McCluskey eases emotion and soul out of her most personal obsessional ballads with an effortless cool. The sheer normality of her appearance makes her talent all the more striking." - the guardian
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