Check out my review in Indie Minded:
Transfixed opens with its title track and from the first note, listeners will know they have stumbled upon something special. With melodic guitar strumming and a mystical romanticism to the vocals, “Transfixed” takes a satirical look at society’s dependence on “smart” devices ultimately comparing real life intelligence to computers. Burke then seamlessly transitions into the jazz ballad, “Pour.” A simply constructed song that leaves a distinct impression, “Pour” is about giving all of yourself to a relationship as well as to the loneliness of its aftermath. Ample amounts of celestial sounding guitar plucking accompany Burke as her rhythmic vocals chant “I pour my heart out/You pour your heart out…/You tore your heart out/I pour myself in/I pour myself in.” Read More.