A multifaceted performer with eggs in music, theater and comedy baskets, LaGuette has no reason to put on airs when it comes to songwriting.
— Katy Thorson, Texas Lifestyle Magazine
Fans of She & Him or Norah Jones will find a lot to like...
— Bryan C. Parker, Austin Monthly
LaGuette’s sound piques your eardrums from the first note.
— Glide Magazine
With the musical and lyrical beauty that LaGuette steps up to the plate with [her] newest effort, one can’t help but imagine that the rising indie artist will continue to fill rooms with her stunning sound.
— Jonathan Frahm, POP matters
Following up last year’s self-titled debut EP, LaGuette consistently charms on folk-and-jazz-influenced tunes that focus on her sweetly swinging vocals and ukulele playing.
— Peter Blackstock, Austin360
Sounds like: Erin Austin of OK Sweetheart got a little forlorn at a luau. Or Feist decided to leave the electronics at home.
— Lucinda Breeding, Denton-Record Chronicle
Whether you see her in a comedic role, or at a musical performance strumming her ukulele backed by a live band, Arielle LaGuette is someone you don’t want to miss.
— Valerie Lopez, Comedy Wham
... the musical embodiment of sunshine and easy times...
— Maci Woody, KTSW
...the audio equivalent of a morphine feed as LaGuette’s full, deep voice dulls the pain of breaking up by pairing steady, hopeful ukulele...
— Brian Palmer, C-Ville Weekly
... just her and her ukulele and I was transported to another place and time...
— "How Did I Get Here?" with Johnny Goudie