"They didn't invent it, but Wires in the Walls are masters of the "smart alternative" genre. These songs are eminently listenable, and grow on you over time. Finely crafted melodies are evocative of the Fleet Foxes, yet completely original."
92 WICB - #1 College Radio Station in US
"You need to check out a great new LA band called Wires in the Walls. 'The Cold War' and 'Gasoline' convey a spectrum of upbeat and catchy choruses, as well as sensitive, passionate lyrics. I'll be seeing them live as soon as possible."
— Midday Julie Slater, 100.3 The Sound Los Angeles, formerly Middays 92.3 Kroc
“...incredible melodies that stick with you long after the last note dies. The arrangements are intricate and lush, causing the music to ebb and flow like a drawn out train traversing a mountain pass. It is high-quality material...”
““What a great band. (Wires in the Walls') singer has a fantastic voice; unique and emotive, with a great range, too. If I lived in LA, you would definitely see me at quite a few of their shows.”
— John Lefler, Lead Guitarist of Dashboard Confessional
"...refreshing amalgamation of musical styles, effortlessly blending influences of alt-country/indie rock. The band's diverse, multi-dimensional sound engages listeners of all backgrounds and tastes."
— Quote from 2007 Grammy Award Winner Marc Moreau
"...an original take on the coolest aspects of Wilco, Counting Crows, and Death Cab for Cutie...the infectious melodies will have you singing along after you put your iPod down."
— Quote Travis Allen Childress, Founder of MyRecordLabel.com
“Wires in the Walls... combine touching melodies, powerful progressions, and sentimental and meaningful song writing, (which) position them as a stand-out... in this industry. An excellent prospect for record labels, Wires in the Walls deserves all the attention they garner...”
KLAS FM 89.7 in Hollywood, CA