OUR CLIENTS IN THE PRESS
1/19/2022

Sonic Youth is reconvened on the forthcoming In/Out/In, which collects instrumentals cut between 2000 and 2010, when the band was beginning work on albums like Murray Street and Rather Ripped. https://pitchfork.com/news/new-sonic-youth-rarities-album-in-out-in-announced/

1/19/2022

“Sonic Youth is reconvened on the forthcoming In/Out/In, which collects instrumentals cut between 2000 and 2010, when the band was beginning work on albums like Murray Street and Rather Ripped.”

1/7/2022

“another wonderful batch of tuneful, finely observed – and at times wonderfully over-the-moon – love songs with an easygoing charm and just the right amount of twang.”

1/5/2022

“it’s not the volume of her songwriting that’s noteworthy so much as her innate ability to make compelling narratives of the everyday and the understated, all of her greatest moments turning quiet moments into subtly captivating drama, often accompanied by gorgeously understated arrangements.”
https://www.treblezine.com/julie-doiron-i-thought-of-you-review/

12/10/2021

“There’s a traditional rock element to I Thought of You in the sense that it’s a distinctly solo album uniquely reflective of Doiron while the powerful backup band remains ever-present. Within the sound, there’s a visceral feeling of joy and camaraderie that’s inviting to hear.”

12/3/2021

“Their style harkens back to The Slits or Awesomes (who sometimes performed with black tape over their nipples and provided squirt guns filled with fake blood to the audience), while their sound is playful, experimental post-punk.”

11/29/2021

“As comfortable getting messy in her teenage Sub Pop band Eric’s Trip as she is authoring this more hushed material, her latest record finds Doiron at a laid-back mid-point, fronting a band who can skew elegant or scruffy – witness the Neil Young-derived guitar solo on The Letters We Sent.”
https://www.theguardian.com/music/2021/nov/28/julie-doiron-i-thought-of-you-review