Vents Magazine

Diving into feelings of grief and loss after a break up, trusting that a brighter future awaited me if only I could make it through, made me feel like Noah from NOAH’s Ark” - Vents Magazine Staff

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Folk Radio UK

Tomorrow sees the release of NOA, the new album from Chicago based singer-songwriter Taylor Rogers. The album marks not only a musical departure from the stripped-back simplicity of her 2014 debut Wax and Wane but a confident step forward in her honest songwriting, one that’s underpinned by confusion and hope.” - FRUK staff

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For Folk's Sake

It’s about the feeling of desperation. About missing, wanting, needing, one you cannot be with, for whatever reason,” says Taylor Rogers regarding her new single, ‘oldhills’. Hailing from her forthcoming album, NOA, ‘oldhills’ is a co-write with her twin brother, Cory, whose vocals also feature on the track... The ballad unfurls with sweet, rhythmic percussion and guitar betwixt warm strings that come around the Rogers twins’ earnest vocal performance. It’s a well-balanced mix that doesn’t avoid the inherent heartiness of the cello’s resonance. ” - Jonathan Frahm

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NPR Sessions from Studio A

Hear the music of Taylor Rogers on this week's Sessions from Studio A. Taylor Rogers is a singer/songwriter from Chicago who blew us away with her live looping of guitar and vocals to create rich and textured soundscapes. ” - WJIN

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As is deserving of the subject matter, “BE4U” is thoughtful and measured. Rogers–an accomplished guitarist–anchors the song with deliberate chords on her acoustic guitar and vivid natural imagery, equating this natural cycle of letting go to the cycle of the natural world. Still, the process can be challenging and leave us feeling exposed, which she movingly explains on the chorus, singing “Fire burns out, river runs through, water runs dry, laying me bare before you.” ” - Gabriel Aikins

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