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"You'd be hard-pressed to find a bad musical decision on this impressive debut mini-album. The Ride Across Lake Constance is one of the more accomplished introductions to a band I've heard in some time."
“Every now and then, you'll stumble across a pleasant musical
surprise. A band you have no great expectations for comes out of
nowhere and sweeps you off your feet with grace and subtlety. Stop
reading this, and start listening to it. Chills.”
"Marrying an old-fashioned 'sound of Philadelphia' sweep to 21st-century electronics and indie-rock flavorings, Evening Magazine makes music that shouldn't probably work but...does"
“... a multifaceted, widescreen and technicolor collection... a very strong calling card.”
“(EM is) a force to be reckoned with…”
“Smoothly subtle, spin quality songs, no mere copycat band…
"With horns, keyboards, guitars, and prudent percussion, the album has an omnisciently individual quality. These songs are well developed and superbly produced."
“But what if real dreams were to come true? The world would be a
strange assortment of monsters, naked high school students, and
midgets loaded with abstract symbolism. I don't know what role David
Lynch would play in this hypothetical world, but Evening Magazine
would have my vote for house band”
“And with so many members and extensive instrumentation, the music has a rich quality, yet they manage to pull off some great quiet moments, too, I keep searching for a comparison… Here is a new new Philly band you really need to keep an eye out for.”
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