“What soon emerged was a horn-filled, up-tempo take on '90s ska with a strong rhythmic foundation and influences rooted in classic rock. Much like fellow Western Mass. acts Danny Pease and the Regulators, the Fear Nuttin' Band and Kids on a Hill, the Conspiracy has proven adept at putting a new spin on classic material.”
"People had to actually try not to dance. From the first song till the encore, the crowd was swept off their feet." "The band had a brilliant and extroverted energy on Friday with an intensely physical performance. But despite this explosive energy, moments of introversion and abstract variation were present as well, as the Wolfmen would often change tempo, allowing a calm to settle over the din, or a turn would be taken that wasn’t expected of this eight-piece steamroller." "this group of sharp-dressed people turned a quiet and small room into a loud and small room, packed tightly with people fighting for room to dance."
“Amherst’s Wolfman Conspiracy is kind of a surprise … a reggae band with a bit of a growl in its throat. There’s a low, gravelly funk that underscores the band’s island-inspired groove and gives an edge to a genre that’s often made milquetoast in American hands. The low growl in the music is echoed by the growl in singer Dom Mazzolli’s voice, a nice counterpoint to brassy, inherently upbeat trumpets. The overall effect is engaging and a lot of fun. Hotel Vernon, 1 Millbury St., Worcester. ”