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Patrimony / Press

“Standing on the shoulders of giants, young band Patrimony shows promise, not age”

Brianna Brey - Source Weekly

“Martell might be the grandson of Robert Plant, the next Jack White, or both. Patrimony's music assails the same decade disorientation with Classic Blues and Southern Rock influences, blaring loud and distorted out the mouths and instruments of mere babes”

Brianna Brey - Source Weekly

“I first heard a song called "Ms. Daisy" and all the elements were there. Highly recommended.”

“Songs like "Advocate Of The Blues" are hot and primal, pairing a glossy veneer with devilishly satisfying grime. On "Advocate", guttural guitar chugs ahead out of the gate in front of Martell's howling voice. The rest is a barreling freight train of rock and roll.”

The Source Weekly, Bend Oregon

“MEDAL TO ME is a kick-ass, no-nonsense sledgehammer of power and truth, lyrical arrows that punch and jab in a rhythmical mesh that shakes my soul and rattles my skull simultaneously. .”

David Namerow

“Patrimony is a young trio with an ageless sound; rootsy blues, psychedelic, garage, punk, muscular rock n roll.”

Go Magazine, Bend Oregon

“Patrimony is a rock band. Not an alt.rock band, not a punk band, not a too cool for school band...they just rock. Traditionally so...which is a breath of fresh air. When I say traditionally so, I mean it.”

“Angels can't get their wings until they listen to Patrimony.”

Dalton Moehnke - DM Entertainment

“The other cool thing is their use of the xylophone. Not in a dreamy happy way or in a spacey way...somehow they make that rock too. Not since "Closer to the Heart" by Rush has this been accomplished to my knowledge.”

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