“Recording artist Melissa Cox is not easily categorized. She leaps wildly
from folksy alternative music to experimental, edgy rock, hitting every note
in between. So it’s no wonder her latest solo album, Harmonious Maladies,
deals with stark opposites...With Harmonious Maladies, she brings her
fans on a journey.” - The Hunt Magazine (full
Fisher? Ukulele? Kazoo? Video all shot in one take? What is not to love? Big
thumbs up...love it.” - Got a Uke Blog (review of
Fisher, with love” music video)
Powerful!" - Gene Shay, The Folk Show, 88.5 FM WXPN
musician and Mythica’s lead singer Melissa Cox, songwriting is literally a
form of therapy — a topic she addresses, among others, on her new adult
alternative, folk-rock concept album, Harmonious Maladies.” -
Community News (full
melodic female vocals...thoughtful lyrics..."
- Honolulu Weekly
outstanding singer/songwriter...she's committed to both her craft and her
business." - Swoop's World Radio (full
"Her music spins deep. There's plenty of sparkle amidst gravity's rainbow of
bass tones, but always an urgency: 'Play your violin, child, send your
spiral down/Oh, let it be wicked...' But not for wickedness' sake, or
not the superstitious kind, anyway. 'Don't be someone to carry
over/Something that can't be seen.' Romance, release-then the dark globe
opens into a familiar, hollow world, with 'For Patrick' presenting a
swirling, medieval hip-hop summons to justice." - Columbus UWeekly
powerful vocals tie it all together for a phenomenal sound that is
mesmerizing." - Go Girls Music (read
sophisticated, highly arranged approach to roots music...Cox sounds like a
cross between Jefferson Airplane's Grace Slick and Loreena McKennitt."
Sing Out! Magazine
remarkable voice." - Celtic Connection Magazine
unflaggingly present, cutting through crowd noise with a workman’s
mezzo-soprano: gutsier than first it seems, less fragile than first it
sounds." - Origivation Magazine
lyrics are poignant and very descriptive left by open wounds of the heart.
The music has a wonderful melodic progression with outstanding harmony
vocals. The vocals are bold...The melodies are original and very strong."
National Song of the Year Contest
"Damn! This is
one fine, extraordinary piece of work...All my hats are off to you, though I
still don't understand why... Steely soft, rough velvet; testostrogen?"
Gods of Music