"The storytelling musical tales that this duo offer are gripping and fantastic . . . I full-heartedly recommend this band as one to watch and embrace."
Unsigned the Magazine
"This 4-song EP is saturated in atmosphere. The lonely, dusty twang of guitars, mournful horns and the delectable flavor of other more exotic instruments combine with inventive arrangements to form a wonderfully shadowed foundation beneath Laura Wendling’s pristine vocals."
"Blackhart Strangelove’s music is oddly compelling. The band has the enviable ability to draw you in . . . you will not want to leave because you’ll want to absorb the entire experience."
"Blackhart and Strangelove have this eerie bewitching quality about them . . . sometimes vaguely menacing, but with enough frills and fishnet, horns and piano to beckon you to come closer . . . "Don't Set Yourself on Fire" is a delightful hint of what should be a fascinating, and hopefully longterm artistic endeavor."
Sentamentalist Magazine New York
"(Anyone But Me). . . piano and sparse guitar punctuates a tale of dark
self-discovery. It's the sort of song that the late great Johnny Cash could have happily covered."
Three Monkeys Online
". . . there is almost a real warning alarm about the invading guitar (Kill Your Love) . . . So lounge music with attitude? Artistic expression with message? . . . could be one of this years few "something sacred" out there; Assuming of course it gets the attention it deserves."