"a futuristic, psychedelic, neo-griot frenzy."
— Village Voice
"the next surefire stars of our scene...Toubab Krewe is a melting pot for the world's flavors."
"Mali meets the Dirty South."
— Time Out Chicago
"Their music avoids cliché with authentic extrapolations of traditional Manding beats, percussion, and a jam-band flare."
— The New Yorker
"Toubab Krewe's sound combines traditional West African rhythms and instruments with classic Southern rock, hip-hop, reggae, country and Latin sounds...By not confining itself to one genre, Toubab Krewe has the potential to bring its worldly and unpredictable music to a mainstream audience."
NPR's "World Cafe"
““This adventurous quintet out of Asheville, North Carolina has set a new standard for fusions of Rock and Roll and West African music.””
— Afropop Worldwide
"ladies and gentlemen, possibly the world's first Wassoulou surf guitar on record. The groove they lay down is phenomenal...”
— fRoots Magazine
"...quickly establishing themselves as one of the most innovative voices in music today...Toubab Krewe has taken the traditional sounds emanating from West Africa, thrown them in a blender with the music they grew up with in America and created something completely unclassifiable."
— Honest Tune Magazine