All Are Relative
'All Are Relative', Elizabeth's debut full length album, offers up a delicious residual hum of dreams and fantastic things; the ear should eat this album in one sitting. Although the individual tracks run a gamut of genre associations, they were conceived as symbiotic pieces intertwined, parts of a dynamic storybook, an audible, cerebral landscape. 'All Are Relative' was recorded and produced with friend and musician, Kyle Avallone, in small town Belmar, New Jersey, located three blocks from the ocean, in a hundred-year-old house with creaky steps, a leaky attic, and several orphaned inhabitants. 'Then think about Elizabeth Devlin, who sings as though her influences are not of this Earth, and who, a scant three years ago, compelled audiences to listen intently through hour-long shows at Sidewalk Cafe NYC, her lilting vibrato accompanied only by the hand-claps she could chide out of the audience. In less-capable hands, an hour of solo a capella songs would be interminable, but Devlin soldiered on and kept audiences interested for a few months, before picking up an Autoharp, and not so much learning it, so much as having the instrument in her bones. This, All Are Relative, is Devlin's debut full-length...it is a testament to her ability as a songwriter, singer and monumentally gifted performer.' -JezebelMusic.com, Record Review: All Are Relative, By: Brook Pridemore Dec. 12, 2008.