Pop Wrapped

"Their new album, has moments of melancholy, moments of vibrancy, and a mix of both throughout. It sets the mood for the project, which is an album well-suited to a New Yorker’s busy commute, when one just needs a moment to center themselves.

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The AU REVIEW

"Delivering a slice of rock reminiscent of Queens of the Stone Age–

channeling hurt and emotional grief through some aggressive and

intensifying music."

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THE EXAMINER

"Epic Breakup Anthem"

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myspace

"The eight-track record features radio-ready alt rock jams, spacey instrumentally focused tracks, and even a futuristic ‘80s ballad."

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Ny music daily

"The band has an absolutely unique sound, blending moody, intricately

orchestrated European stadium rock with psychedelia, a little garage

rock and hints of metal. "

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Voice Magazine

"Each track on the album is distinct, bringing listeners a new and

unique spin on alternative rock."

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Music connection Top 25 New Music Critiques of 2015

"Of all the unsigned and DIY recording artists we listened to during the past year, here are the absolute best"

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The MIDLAND ROCKS

"A little bit Radiohead, a little bit Queens Of The Stone Age, a stitched together

darkness of electronica, rock, ambient and elegant percussive thumps."

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A MUSIC BLOG, YEA

SONG OF THE DAY

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Artsy Magazine

"enchanting arrangement, accompanied by intensifying interludes and attention grabbing guitar riffs."

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I AM TUNED UP

"The Brooklyn duo definitely has an avant garde aspect to their
aesthetic and style, yet never runs terribly far from their rock roots."

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AUDIO FEMME

"elegantly placed vocals over dark, driving, electric guitar"

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