““THE LARCH – catchy, lyrically brilliant psychedelic new wave rock from Brooklyn””
"...if you like the way Pulp and Squeeze’s Glenn Tilbrook do their thing, then The Larch is for you..."
“On Days to the West:"Not a single miss on this album: another winner from a group that deserves to be much better known than they are."”
"Days to the West blends new wave and psychedelia...If Larix Americana was their Argybargy, you could call this their (East) Side Story, a richly eclectic and powerful followup to a classic." -
"Psychedelic pop for now people".
"Fans of BLUR and XTC should take some time out of the present to take a step into the past with The Larch and their Larix Americana."
“THE LARCH RECORD A CLASSIC ALBUM: "For over ten years, long before 80s music was all the rage again, Brooklyn rockers the Larch have been making solidly good, cleverly lyrical albums that draw deeply on British new wave. Their latest one, Larix Americana is a bonafide classic, one of the best albums of 2010....edgy, politically charged, fearlessly and sometimes caustically cynical yet warmly catchy. Frontman/guitarist Ian Roure has never sung better, projecting with more than a hint of a grin or even a leer; surprisingly, he keeps his fret-burning to a minimum...he’s the rare lead player who leaves you wanting more." ”