'She has a world-class ability that is unconditionally spellbinding and is one of the most alluringly classy singer-songwriters around. ‘Pink Sugar‘ from the scintillating Leeds/Manchester, UK-based indie electro/dark-pop singer-songwriter Pixia, is a quite brilliant single from an artist who seems to tingle your ears like no other artist around at the moment.'
'Pixia has found her footing with this new single and established her niche. Her voice makes it so believable—not just her performance, but her timbre. The track is bound to stay on the minds of both old fans and new listeners alike.'
Right Chord Music
'Fans of female singer-songwriter types like Tori Amos or P!nk will find familiar ground here. It’s a confident track for an early-stage artist, and shows promise.'
Great British Radio
'...we're introduced to the ethereal sound of singer-songwriter @pixiamusic. She began singing when she was just 5 years old and her stunning EP, Morphia, showcases her beautiful vocals and incredible talent for writing.'
Death or Desire
'I believe the vocals of ‘Pink Sugar’ are what set it apart from other commercial pop and indie-pop tracks, as they achieve both a powerful range and a beautiful sweetness and innocence...After freshly listening to Pixia for the first time, I wasn't too sure who to compare her to. Which is a great thing because she screams unique.'
'In addition to the vibe, the thoughtful lyricism stands out where similar songs fail – the verses. Catchy hooks can define and even make a song, but the mark of a well-developed song is the attention to detail in the verses. There’s not a single lyric in “Gold Of Mine” that feels thrown away or like it’s just filler. Instead, they help expand and deepen the energy of the song'
'Gold of Mine has a very seventies vibe, especially the instrumentals. Its like the background is form the seventies but her vocals are modern. An interesting combination that compliments each other to give a very tantalizing aural experience'
The Wild Is Calling
...The 80s vibe is undeniable but Pixia has an aura all her own...Pixia has the strength and poise of other female 80s icons like Madonna and Annie Lennox but her writing is more similar to the post punk inspired New Wave projects like the aforementioned Mode. Pixia has star power'
Indie O Clock
'Gold Of Mine" é uma canção incrível! A faixa começa com toques discretos e suaves, junto a doce e suave voz de Pixia. Logo depois entra as batidas e o arranjo sonoro, Pixia eleva o tom da voz, mostrando a potência vocal quando canta baixo e quando aumenta o volume vocal. A música lembra pop renomado dos anos 80, como Madonna, Cindy Lauper, seria Pixia o grande nome do pop mundial na sequência?'
'Following a flurry of bright and enigmatic singles over the last year, Leeds-based artist Pixia is back to her glittering best as she drops the sensational new single 'Prince Paradox'.
Channeling a wonderfully fresh and euphoric alt-pop direction from start to finish, 'Prince Paradox' makes for a brilliantly uplifting listen. With her now shimmering voice riding a wave of sweet and sweeping production throughout, she is certainly onto something very special with this one.'
Music Is To Blame
'It takes true talent to be able to transport your audience to a different scene entirely, whilst keeping them grounded enough to appreciate the details of the piece; the increasing intensity of the synths, the textured layers, and intricate percussion all contribute towards keeping the song fresh and catchy.'
The Hollywood 6
'The new single called Prince Paradox combines a soft electronic soundscape with her signature ethereal vocals, putting you in a mood that leaves you with something to ponder over even after the song has finished.'