"Haunting vocals, oozing with the pain of heartache and beautifully humble production make Jazz’s records an enthralling listen. A storming live presence leaves no excuse to miss the experience of seeing her live."
"With references to Dusty via Duffy, this budding singer is well worth keeping an ear on."
"(About 'Stories') You can’t get more radio friendly than that particular tune."
Phil Jackson, BBC Introducing:The South
"This is somebody who’s already got all her ducks in a row."
Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6 Music
"I'm going to leave you with a lovely track from Jazz Morley. It’s the début single from the Dorset singer and I think this is just great!"
Jim Gellatly, Amazing Radio
“Stunning, understated and just pitch perfect… I feel like she is singing to me and at that moment nothing else matters.”
Polly James, Absolute Radio
"She produces rich, powerful, emotive tunes that hush the atmosphere 'til everyone's too scared to breathe in case it breaks the spell.”
The Huffington Post
"That is the a-mazing Jazz Morley – that's beautiful Jazz! I've heard so much about you, everybody is raving about you!"
Sally Taylor, BBC Radio Solent
"Oooh, wasn't that nice - that's the wonderful Jazz Morley"
Nick Wallis, BBC Radio Surrey
"She has a lovely tone to her voice, and there's more than a hint of Jennifer Rush's Power of Love to this song, which should please a lot of folk."
Gill Mills, Best of MySpace 104
"'Disconnected' is absolutely cracking – she's wonderful!"
Melita Dennett, BBC Introducing:The South
"Haunting and soulful singer songwriter "
Time Out, London
"With a classic soul voice that belies her age and could be mistaken for a happier Regina Spector, an ear for affecting melody and a knack for writing it, combined with a genuinely lovely, diva-less demeanour, we're backing Jazz to make a major splash. And with all the buzz she's busy creating, we hazard it won't be too long til we see more people falling for her piano-driven charms. Definitely one to watch.” http://www.balconytv.com/v/jazz-morley
Jamie Stephens, BalconyTV
"Not often do you come across someone of Jazz Morley's youth with such depth of self knowledge and determination. That quality is reflected in her vocal delivery which has great strength with just that edge of fragility here and there which touches the heart where needed."
Kairen Kemp, Radio Reverb
"I was struck by the control of her voice… she's got really good pitch and control. What I thought was really lovely was that she really kissed the lyrics... it felt quite sensuous."
"A great talent with a voice that reminds me of Eva Cassidy."
Andy Jackson, Wave 105 FM
“‘Parallel World’ is a gem of a singer/songwriter's story about the pain of being the third person in a relationship, a story told with such breathtaking honesty that you can't help but feel touched by Jazz's words. It introduces itself simply with modest piano lines and the opening vocals, "I don't mind being your guilty pleasure for a while" but as the song progresses it builds up with emotion, heartfelt through a rise in dynamics. Jazz Morley has created one of those special songs that make everything around you silent for a while. A beautiful creation.”
Unsigned Band Review http://www.unsignedbandreview.com/review.php?idrw=553
“(Parallel World) Simply outstanding. Every element of this song is carried out with faultless precision, from the depth, heart and intimacy of the vocals, which are effortless yet powerful, to the simmering, alluring piano melodies. The lyrical content and instrumentation are emotively breath-taking in similar ways to Christina Perri's track Jar of Hearts, and I believe Jazz Morley could easily follow in her footsteps with songs like this.”
Unsigned Band Review (Anishka Sharma) http://www.unsignedbandreview.com/review.php?idrw=651
“I can be very picky about women behind pianos who sing, so when one comes along that I actually enjoy, I want to tell the world about her”
There Goes The Fear http://theregoesthefear.com/category/bands-to-watch
"If you only do one thing today, download Jazz Morley’s track from her site, superb voice!"
Never Enough Notes http://www.neverenoughnotes.co.uk/wordpress/2010/11/mixtape-monday-22-11-10/