One of “4 Singer-Songwriters You Need to Know in 2015”  – Rolling Stone Magazine

Johanna Warren on Reconnecting with Fairy Magic & Running Spirit House Records [episode 64]

Johanna Warren Shares Sober Realization on ‘A Bird in the Crocodile’s Mouth’ [Stream]

Johanna Warren – “The Blessing And The Curse” Video

Johanna Warren – “Hungry Ghost”

The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Consequence of Sound premieres new single, “circlenot astraight” – “circlenot astraight” is a composition of immense, ethereal beauty. It’s solely a piano ballad, intense chords that pulse and swirl like blood through a heart. Warren’s ever sturdy vocals are severe here, giving an almost corporeal weight to lyrics like, “Don’t act like you don’t love the sting/ I know you’re capable of anything/ You were the most convincing lie I ever told.”

Watch Guild Artist Johanna Warren’s Latest Video

Girl Underground Music Feature: “Johanna Warren: On Gemini I, Spirit House Records, and Crocodies”

Portland Mercury Feature: “Johanna Warren’s Gemini I Cleans the Slate”

Consequence of Sound Premieres new song, “Great Lake”- “Great Lake” is a deeply cinematic work, complementing Warren’s fluidity with astounding amounts of finesse and grace.”


One of the 50 Best New Bands of 2015 – Stereogum

Among the “Best Albums of 2015” – The Portable Infinite

“Perfect for woodland wanderings, summer storms, or midnight crystal scrying.perfect for woodland wanderings, summer storms, or midnight crystal scrying.” – Pam Grossman, Phantasmaphile

 “Like [Elliott] Smith, she’s interested in the depths of human relationships and the forces that can poison them unseen. She doesn’t lament the dissolution of romances and friendships, but attacks it like a puzzle.” –Consequence of Sound

“…hauntingly sorrowful and beautifully optimistic” – Guild Guitars

One of the “50 Best Albums of 2015 So Far” –Stereogum (June 2015)

“A scintillating, searing slice of alt-folk that’s instantly indelible” -PressPLAY OK

“More than an average ‘singer-songwriter’ turning out pretty by-the-numbers folk tunes, her music is sparse and complex all at once and her words are often colored with deeply vivid spiritual and mystical imagery”- The 405

“it is clear that for Warren the act of creativity and spiritual healing are one and the same, and if that’s the case then nūmūn, an album as bewitching as it is ambitious, is certainly good for what ails you.” –Folk Radio UK

“Rich in sensual language and meditative honesty” –Impose Magazine

 “…like thin white drapes letting dusty sun rays beam through.” –CMJ

One of the “Best Portland Albums of 2015” – Oregon Live

“Warren captures the serenity of feeling relatively insignificant with a wide, awestruck lens.” – Willamette Week