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Matt Hill / Press

"It’s hard to fault a set of performances this enthusiastic and wide-ranging. Hill, bassist Paul Niehaus IV, and drummer Joe Meyer turn Yank Rachell’s “Tappin’ That Thang” into the most swaggering, hardest-shuffling, incendiary four and one-half minutes of blues you’re likely to hear this year – and that’s just the opener."

Tom Hyslop - Blues Revue Magazine

"I think music like this, by people like these guys, is just what our country needs."

"Them other cats is searchin' for it, but Matt Hill's FLAT GOT IT!!"

"A young white boy doing mostly original material has the hunger and the fever to kick up the sound and fury of the first generation of migration, electric bluesmen, keeping it right in the moment, and bowl over the tastemakers right out of the box."

"This Greensboro-based blues artist is not only a fierce performer but also is one of the hottest, most talked about and most overwhelming stage personalities there is, any-damn-where. "

Mike "The Nighthawk" FLoyd - Borderline

"He put everything he's got in to this record man."

Hubert Sumlin - Legendary guitarist with Howlin' Wolf

"He drives audiences crazy. A stage can’t contain him, he raves from the floor, carrying on the “whatever it takes” boundless stage antics of our recently-departed musical hero, Nappy Brown."

Bob Margolin - ON THE FLOOR Liner Notes

"The one time I saw Matt Hill - playing with Bob Margolin about a year ago, he was, in fact, “on the floor” for a good part of the time. Spinning and rolling around, while playing and singing. It got so wild my view was completely blocked by the adoring crowd. "

"Matt Hill is as dynamic a performer as you will find anywhere."

Bill Wilson - Billtown Blues Association

"Hill is a brash motherf**ker who goes the limit, On the Floor is blues indeed, but sweaty and reeking of animal lusts, thank God."

"Where have the crazy performers like Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Nappy Brown, Chuck Berry, Guitar Slim, and Howlin' Wolf gone? We don't have many like that anymore, especially in the blues. Matt Hill is that and more, conjuring thoughts of a blues baby of The Killer himself."

"Acting like the bastard child of Jerry Lee Lewis and Nappy Brown, his uncontained shows have made him a legend around his hometown of Greensboro, NC. This album will introduce the rest of the country to this blazing, over the top artist."