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Sarah June could make it as a singer, guitarist, or songwriter; luckily for us she's all three. ~ Brian John Mitchell, Silber Records

a brief history of Sarah June:

As a child, Sarah June avidly played piano & guitar.   She began writing songs as a young teen.  At 18 she dropped out of school to pursue music, playing live in Chicago & Detroit before settling in San Francisco.  Sarah June’s music is largely inspired by the haunting images of urban wasteland of her youth in Detroit.  She records her songs alone in her apartment, being careful to capture sincere & intimate recordings.  Her signature sound is a uniquely fragile & childlike voice, vivid storytelling in her lyrics, & a classical/jazz inspired guitar style.

Sarah June’s sophomore album “In Black Robes” is a fitting reply to her first release - more distinctly personal & more intricate in musicianship.  Her strangely fragile yet rich voice floats over guitar that is hypnotically simple, yet unexpectedly intricate.  She effortlessly draws the listener in with visual & metaphor-rich songs focused on unique & timeless themes of death, love, & loss.  Thirteen songs filled with ghosts & late-afternoon sunlight.  Moments of past lives & dreams captured in music.

Sarah June Discography
Sarah June: Beneath Black Robes Sarah June - Beneath Black Robes 
MP3 EP 2011 | Silber 092
12 tracks, 31 minutes
download zip file from Silber
listen on Silber
A collection of trip hop & shoegaze remixes of Sarah June songs.

: Listen to Run Run
: Press release
: Reviews

Sarah June: In Black Robes Sarah June - In Black Robes 
CD 2010 | Silber 076
13 tracks, 39 minutes
$12 ($18 international, $5 download (256 kbps, ~98 megs))
She has a pretty pixie voice, & she whispers & sings in tune, with a blend of seduction & childish naivete - tone-wise, not lyric-wise, as her lyrics are efficient & poetic. June accompanies herself simply at the acoustic guitar. Honest & enjoyable. Some of these melodies will etch their path in my brain after only two listens I’m sure.
~ Monsier Delire

: Listen to the track Cowboy
: Press release
: Reviews

Sarah June: This is My Letter to the World Sarah June - This is My Letter to the World
CD 2008 | Hand/Eye 040
12 tracks, 35 minutes
$12 ($18 international)
The music in itself it is rather simple in its making, an acoustic guitar and the female voice with rather minimal keyboard accompaniments that adds a dreamlike atmosphere, surreal and mysterious while the power of the music captivates the listener not by force but by some sort of strange seduction and gentle invitation. The work centres the compositions in the delicate flow of the voice, which is utterly feminine in sonority, like the kind of singing a fairy could do while in loneliness and melancholy.
~ Heathen Harvest

Sarah Junes debut album from our friends at Hand/Eye that originally brought her to our attention.

Sarah June Links
Official Sarah June Website
Sarah June on MySpace
Sarah June on Facebook
Sarah June on Reverbnation