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Treemotel / Press

“...And each nerdy song magically sounds better than the last, while the quintet bridges generational gaps left and right. It’s actually very impressive for a band to rock so hard while keeping a mellow, family-friendly bent. Everyone is spellbound, be they young children; smarmy teens who know it all; college-aged dancers who stood at the foot of the stage swaying wildly and singing along with every last word to every last song; or somebody’s grandmother. That Treemotel manages to cram so many musical styles—from rock to punk to psych to surf and back—into their set while keeping the songs focused and engagingis nothing short of miraculous. Blistering guitar solos take center stage among tambourine-banging brilliance and intricate bass work that would make Jaco feel bad about his ability if he wasn’t already dead… - See more at: http://www.sfreporter.com/santafe/article-7614-everybody-loves-treemotel.html”

“It’s hard to nail down a genre for this fearsome foursome, but there are elements of shoegaze, punk, rock and experimentalism that all come together in an easily accessible package. ”

“BEST ALBUM OF 2012 IN SANTA FE - "Treemotel’s second release of 2012, 'Girls', would easily have topped the charts on any eighties college radio station. From Mark Williams' clear and snuggle-worthy vocals gliding over the top of the murky composition of 'Lillian’s Jetset' to the punk-inspired thrumming of 'Lorretta’s Experimental Stargun,' it’s an infectious, sweet, fun and utterly listenable album."”

“Treemotel is about as versatile and dedicated as they come, and it isn't too esoteric, pretentious, or too watered down in content”

Pasatiempo (The New Mexican)

“...the most prolific musical acts in Santa Fe, having recently released three studio records in just under a year.”

Santa Fe Reporter

“... wherever you live, Treemotel’s sound hits you in just the right place.”

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