“A quieter, perhaps more purist, brook of folk. But with an Appalachian plaintive quality that just makes you want to soak it all in. There are voices in quiet conversation as the fiddle and banjo and such flow and meander through it.
These are people who’ve gone beyond fashion and are making music they seem to genuinely feel. As it happens, this music comes in a period where it has some favour, which is a good thing for purveyors such as these.
I shall now sit quietly and listen to it again and simply enjoy it for its own sake.”
Ross Clelland, Drum Media