"It's Friday night, and nearly everyone in the Irish
Emigrant has a beer in hand. Ockham's Razor, a four
piece Celtic rock band, is finishing up its set with a
Pogue-ish version of "drunken Sailor" that has the rowdy
crowd clapping with the beat and singing along."
Seattle Sound Magazine
"Thanks to the band’s rousing performances over the last month, the Irish spirit of Doyle's Public House is livelier than ever. "Ockham's Razor has earned the
establishment's respect by consistently wowing audiences with their refreshing sound, including traditional songs of the Celtic culture."
University of Washington Ledger
“A high energy group with a modern Celtic influence in their style that is fun to listen to and fun to watch. Comments to me from festival-goers included, "Turbo-Celtic" and "Ethno-Punk". They were a great new group and bear watching as they move toward a bright future.”
Chairman of the Yaikma Folklife Festival
“Mixing traditional Celtic music with their own brand of energy, the band has been hailed for bringing "kind of a Gaelic-Celtic flavor with an interesting pop sensibility" to the Celtic music world. In fact, they are known for adding a youthful twist to traditional Celtic songs.”
“A crossbreed of the traditionalism of the Chieftains and the hard stomp of the Pogues, Seattle's own Ockham's Razor take the Gaelic-Celtic genre into the 21st century with a keen sense of the past coupled with a progressive attitude that is entirely fresh.”
"Although they are not big time like Flogging Molly, they are right up there in quality and talent, if not better. The band mates themselves have quite unique personalities, each adding their own flavor to the band. I would recommend this album to anyone, it's all I listen to while driving.”
“I saw 'Ockham's Razor' performing with the Chieftains a few days and it DEFINITELY convinced me of just how excellent they were. The crowd was almost more enthusiastic listening to them then they were for The Chieftains, the main act. After hearing them, I just had to get their album.”