They reveal themselves to be a promising new group, comfortably straddling the borderland between traditional bluegrass and jamgrass. Their strengths are many, not the least of which is a sensitive ear for arrangement that keeps each track fresh and interesting, and some consistently crisp and solid instrumental work from band members”- Bluegrass Unlimited

What has happened, in largely organic fashion, is a string-music sound that recalls renegade innovators John Hartford and David Grisman as much as roots driven sources Bill Monroe and Flatt & Scruggs, along with improv-savvy interplay that endears the band to jam music fans and bluegrass traditionalists alike.”

– Lexington Herald-Leader”