““We’ve worked with Not A Planet and experienced the crowd reaction a dozen times or more … Pure Pros, Pure Pleasure!””
"a power trio that soars on the muscle of Nathan Corsi’s vocals"
"'60s-pop-meets-East-Coast-indie-meets-Yankee-blues tunes [...] emotionally charged lyrics [...] endlessly entertaining drummer, Liam Sumnicht"
"stunning music [...] retro sound, modern (edge) [...] (feel) connected emotionally to each song"
“extremely detailed, story-driven lyrics [...] Extravagant and catchy in all the best ways”
"pushed by the dynamic rhythm section of Liam Sumnicht and Bill Surges and steered by Nathan Corsi’s steady, pitch-perfect vocals."
"bristling but shimmering mix of pop, glam, rock and blues."
"drama-tinged garage rock"
"blew the audiences away [...] a great show to witness"
"fervently expressive pop-rock"
“rockin’ songs [...] highly acclaimed”
“huge hooks, big drums, and even bigger melodies ... from the Midwest? [...] pop gems just dingy enough to keep naysayers and anti-pop purists from running away. [...] “Bring Her Home” ... has all the bounce of an Alabama Shakes song combined with the desperation of Jeff Buckley.”
“Unabashed pop-rock [...] bouncing drums and soaring vocal melodies flanked by almost classic rock guitar licks [...] a less trippy, but equally epic Bright Light Social Hour.”
"consistently wowing crowds [...] highly entertaining live shows. [...] amazing, rollicking songs spanning bluesy garage rock, classic rock and folk – think Delta Spirit meets The Killers."
"a perfect blend of talent and Charisma [...] these guys are the real deal."
“one of my favorite bands [to] come through Warrensburg in a long long long long time”
“emphatically oriented crowd-pleaser.”
"(Not A Planet) knows how to put on a show [...] upbeat original songs, jumps and drum stick throws-and-catches"
"one of those bands that causes the audience to stop mid-sentence and take notice [...] this music is what addictions are made of."
"Not A Planet charms the arms off of Brooklyn every time they roll through."
"Not A Planet are pro, a pleasure to work with not to mention their creative yet accessible approach to the rock and roll idiom. Me, I like 'em."
“Stage presence, music, showmanship ... Those guys rocked. [...] The Killers meets Bon Iver with just a hint of The Beatles.”
“dancey and fun to watch [...] straight folk rock and they fucking own it. [...] This is rock n’ roll baby.”