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“Sollisch is a remarkably strong songwriter. He continues to play with our notions of what folk songs could and should be. With such an inimitable voice—literally and figuratively—it’s worth following his yelp down whatever future path he explores.”
“23 year-old Max Sollisch, a.k.a. Dolfish, has a unique voice and lo-fi mindset. You’ll hear traces of Daniel Johnston, The Mountain Goats and Neil Young in the Cleveland-based singer-songwriter’s music.
"Sollisch's songs, which he performs under the name Dolfish, are heartbreakingly sad, but no more so than they should be. He doesn't mine memories for sadness, but rather just portrays them as they are and as they were."
“Dolfish has the lo-fi kind of sound that gives folky tunes their country twang and substance.”
“Heartfelt singer/songwriter tunes that cut through the bullshit and get right to the point.”
“Even if Dolfish — a/k/a Max Sollisch– is only 23, getting stuck in a rut is an issue that can plague any honest person, at any age. Still, I don’t feel that Sollisch has anything to worry about. His unusual blend of inside-the-microphone, confessional vocals, engaging textures, and blistering beats isn’t in danger of becoming anyone else’s flavor-of-the-day, let alone of the month. It doesn’t feel like he could get stuck, even if he wanted to. Which can be kind of an exhausting way to live. But it is, in my opinion, endemic of being fully alive.”
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