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The Accidentals / Press

““heady folk and sweet melodies embellish an accomplished set of songs that duck and dive between Americana tinged, slow lullabies and fast, catchy tunes - Bittersweet is surprisingly varied while retaining a direction definitely attributable to The Accidentals’ sound. This talented young duo have found their trademark sound, but they’re not going to let it get in the way of a little diversity."”

Drunken Werewolf

““stunning, an unforgettable experience watching these two girls play a sea of instruments, moving effortlessly from one to the other, while entertaining the masses with their wit, haunting harmonies, and catchy melodies.””

The Examiner - The Examiner

“ON BITTERSWEET -"they’ve effortlessly avoided any suggestion of the dreaded “sophomore album slump” with a collection that gets under the skin and makes itself very comfortable. The lyrical flow is intriguing and absorbing – and so complex as to draw comparison to Joanna Newsom in full poetic flight."”

Leicaster Bangs UK - Leicaster Bangs UK

“We enjoyed having you ! You girls are awesome...!”

Towne Plaza Cafe

"If you haven’t heard of The Accidentals yet, you must not be from Traverse City. These two high-school girls have been blowing up around northwest Michigan, becoming one of the most popular local artists over the past few months. Savannah Buist and Katie Larson write indie-pop-folk tunes with such a freshness and innocence that only teenagers could, but they do so with the confidence and talent of artists much more experienced. We’re totally excited to have The Accidentals play at this year’s Maker’s Market! Music is a big part of our day and we’re happy to support budding local musicians. (Especially those so sweet as these girls)

“Thank you THE ACCIDENTALS for packing our house last night. We're working with Amber for more dates. You girls ROCK! Wishing you nothing but HUGE success! We know that one day we'll be saying, "we knew them when . . " and "they played here in 2012!"”

Nancy - Little Bohemia

“You guys are great! Grabbed a CD myself today.”

Janice Lane

“I heard you ladies last night for the first time, and I loved it.”

Kristy Morgan

“I stayed your whole set cause you girls sounded like angels. Truly loved your music”

Alyssa Bongrazio

“You girls are awesome!!! ”

Brittany Libbrecht

“I was here, you girls are AMAZING! I bought your CD, and I keep it on repeat. True talent ♥ With love from Detroit!! ♥”

Lindsey Kaba

“Went to traverse city this past weekend for the first time, we caught friday night live and saw you perform.. It was great, you girls rock! I wish ya well! ”

James Poulos

"I was also at Friday Night Live in TC last week and heard you for the first time. Enjoyed your music so much I purchased your CD. You write great songs. Love your music. Yesterday after the 11 a.m. movie at The State theater, they were playing your CD."

Gaila Mallery

"You guys rocked the Little Bohemia today! Thanks for playing "Denial of Death", definitively my favorite song by you guys."

Michael Green

"Your CD is fantastic. quite frankly its beautiful. Incredibly soothing and a relaxing companion when driving home. It was awesome watching you guys last night"

Jonathan Armanet

“Listening to Traverse City duo The Accidentals (a name even more witty than it sounds, as it refers to musical terminology) is something quite different than what you might expect. The buzz around these two singer-songwriters is that they’re up-and-coming local musicians who have just released their first CD, Tangled Red and Blue, and that they’re playing impressive, quirky live shows around town. Back to that first listen, their original songs carry titles like “Eye to Eye,” “Jargon,” and “The Band-Aid Song,” all of which feature an eclectic range of sounds (both play at least a half-dozen instruments - each) as well as carefully-constructed harmonies and lead vocals that recall Juliana Hatfield, Joni Mitchell, or Metric’s Emily Haines. It’s difficult to believe that music this accomplished is being crafted by two talents who are still in high school - but that’s The Accidentals’ story. ”

“They are a terrific pair of musicians.”

Gailia Gaiatri

“Hey! I just heard your album! You guys sound great! Kudos for the cello and pretty sounds, from a fellow cello player and music enthusiast. Keep up the good work.”

Jackson Cardarelli

“I saw you girls play at Left Foot Charlie and you are great!”

Erica Bourdon

“I'm listening to you guys right now and it's making my heart ache, in a beautiful sort of way. ♥”

Betsy Coffia

“You guys were GREAT at Teleganza! Keep it up, we want to hear more! ”

Ratone

“You ladies were a wonderful addition to Colantha Unplugged! I can't wait to hear you at Cow Fest in June :) ”

Kristen Messner

“great music, keep up the amazing work! ”

Justin Grimm

“Loved your show tonight. Great talent!”

Chris Steffke

“Great job tonight opening for Anna Quindlen! :) amazing as always!”

Kurt Clare

“Saw you perform at the Dairy Fest, bought your CD! Lovely music! ”

Marcie Vargas

“Alright, I am totally hooked on you guys! I don't even know either of you, but seriously. You rock my socks off”

Ella Tutlis

“Thanks for the lovely tunes yesterday! My daughters didn't want to leave the festival because they were enjoying your music so much! ”

Natalie Kranz Byrne

“Thanks for being there, I really liked "Why We Write." Keep writing... and come back again.~”

"Musicality, originality and melodic beauty combine with a welcome, and unexpected bite to clever lyrics." "Such talent, wit, and enthusiasm are hard to find anywhere. So I'll say it's a good thing we have The Accidentals nearby. A duo giving an edge to folk with unique instrumentation is as close as I can come to describing them. A must hear! Songwriters need look no farther to find a new pairing to be jealous of, especially with such a bright future ahead of them."

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