Unique and unsettlingZenobia’s vocals could break your heart on a single note. Her voice showed the chops to move from subdued lows to piercing highs. Watching the guitar shifted to a supporting role, adding simple shimmers and swoops, with the cello taking the traditional guitar leads was a fantastic move. It lent an off-kilter, crazy gypsy caravan feel to the set. Deli Magazine
Like a brilliant foreign film, you can't second guess her.
I've not heard gothic (should you call it that) this pristine since Desar and the days of Savatage sparks. On certain tracks, like 'King Aeolus,' Molly's voice is so soft you think it just might break, but then she brings in the whole band and gets angry for a second. " The Muse's Muse
If gothic music lived up to it's name this is what it would sound like.Surspising, scary, and intricate. Her voice slices her piano-based songs into little pieces with surgical precision. She plays her instrument of choice like she was born to do it. Zenobia shares a few traits with the reigning queen of the piano, Tori Amos; but the style is all her own. – Opus
A Force to be Reckoned withPulls this stuff off with unusual style and skill, injecting a solid measure of individuality into a genre that's been prone to cookie-cutter personalities. – Splendid
Revolutionary.Piano reminiscent of Tori Amos and the raspy, deep, sensual voice of Fiona Apple yet it has the dream like quality that is all it’s own. A vast combination of all genres of music put together in an unbelievable way. I’ve never heard anything like it. It is exquisitely and refreshingly different. Zenobia’s voice is as haunting as a dark forest yet as beautiful and immaculate as a blanket of freshly fallen snow. – glittergrrrls