"In a dimly lit room, Tom (Schraeder) delivered a great rendition of a smoky, dark tune called “When You Were Young.” Dan’s Rhodes parts sit in there just right, leaving plenty of room for Tom’s vocals and sparse acoustic strums to dictate the mood."
"Nearly as multifaceted as (Deanna's) voice is Dan’s keys and synth duties. The combination drew to mind James Dewees’ work on The Get Up Kids’ Something To Write Home About on Devore’s “Take Me Through The Night.” On the other side of the stage, Rachele (Eve) gave Deanna more freedom to focus on her guitar, lending a higher range to match Dan’s Rhodes work.
"(Grammar has) one of the most accomplished and well known rhythm sections in Chicago featuring Dan Moulder (Free Space, Cracklin’ Moth, Tom Schraeder, Moxie Motive)..."
"Rounding out (AfroZep's) line-up is Dan Moulder on keys and vocals. Dan is one of the most in-demand keyboard players in the city (Chicago) and currently tours with Tom Schraeder, Deanna Devore, Grammar and Shala."
"Just when the charm settles in, "Step on the Brakes" unleashes an up-tempo no-nonsense attack with impeccable rhythmic propulsion, nostalgic funky guitar, and a whirring Hammond B3 solo that thrives on as much emotion as muscle. (Moulder's) lead vocals ooze a deeper salt-of-the-earth R&B grit guiding this straightforward tune perfectly. Natural impulse will force you to turn! up! the! volume! Don't fight it, feel it."
"Moulder's songs are primarily jazz-infused funk, with a solid dance beat and Moulder's soulful, powerful vocals to match...and just the right amount of synth allow the group to experiment broadly across all genres."