Selected Press for What Am I Going To Do With Everything I Know:

“The Weather Station’s very subtle peak.” – Pitchfork

“An on-point declaration from a potent and vital Canadian folk talent.” – Popmatters

“A stunning collection of spare, timeless folksongs.” – Wondering Sound

Selected Press for All of It Was Mine:


“A perfectly tuned gem of whispered emotion” –The Toronto Star

“New folk of the highest order.” – Exclaim

“Lindeman possesses something special, something never quite tangible, something quite gentle, in fact… this release shows once again that the well of her talents runs very deep, and currently, also very full.” – Torontoist

“Lindeman takes a big leap towards establishing herself as a dependably wistful and thought-provoking folk artist, equally skilled with banjo, melody and poetry.” – The Grid

“Lindeman has an uncanny ability to convey helplessness, sorrow, despair, hopefulness, anticipation, hesitation and longing in a single breath.” – Quick Before It Melts

“The Weather Station doesn’t spare a note or sentiment here, resulting in a stunning half-hour of bittersweet folk that stands alongside the year’s very best.”- Skeleton Crew Quarterly

“There’s a grace here that can only come from someone who’s solved the workings of their own mind and, in turn, allowed this to be reflected in the music. A beautiful simplicity that’s timeless.” – The Liminal (UK)

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# 9 – CBC Deep Roots

#44 – Emusic

#4 – Soundscapes

Top Ten – Torontoist

Top Ten – Will Stratton

Top Ten – Grayowl Point

Best Songs – Said The Grammophone

For The Line:

“While it may not be the most uplifting debut album you hear this year, it will almost certainly be one of the best”
The Line of Best Fit (UK) Album Review, 2009

“unique and compelling… an intense listening experience”
Exclaim Album Review, 2009

“She never loses the intimacy and power of her songs, as each emotion is ripe with clarity”
Herohill Album Review

“The ability to transmute the impenetrably personal details of a singular experience into something instinctively universal: Brace yourselves”
The Toronto Star

“The stuff memorable albums are made of.”
Torontoist Album Review

“Understated and elegaic… like watching Joni Mitchell play an empty club in Toronto in 1965”
The Coast (Halifax) Show Review

“When you try to describe this woman and the music she makes, words fail.”
Soundproof Magazine Show Review

“Everyone should hear Lindeman and The Weather Station. This band and their lovely lead singer are one of the best I’ve heard over the last couple of years.”

Their Bated Breath

“An incredible feat of intimate and interestingly produced folk music.”

Steel Bananas Interview 2010