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Deni Bonet / Press

“Bonet’s third album is a huge upper in a world of downers. It’s upbeat and fun and a more than a little odd. Just the way we indie fans like it. …there is no doubt in my mind that it will make you feel good at every turn if you let it.”

“Obviously a gifted musician, Bonet also shines as an emotive singer, and a writer of thoughtful, well-crafted songs. True to its title, it’s all good.”

"Her tunes are exuberant, highly catchy pop songs. Imagine Nurds-era Roches with an even more playful side, and a more rock-centric approach. Bonet has a clear, appealing voice, and her songs stick in your mind long after the CD’s done spinning."

“The band's folk-rock evokes Fairport crossed with the Gin Blossom's rhythm section. They could become huge.”

Time Out New York

“She says she decided against being a concert violinist because she hated having to wear black and sit still. ”

Dawn Eden - New York Press

"Bonet and her band preceded Sobule with a lively set, reminiscent of sweet-and -sour genre-blenders such as Poi Dog Pondering and Cracker."

Jeanne Cooper - The Boston Globe

“Her passionate playing achieves something close to the gypsy soulfulness of Scarlett Rivera, Dylan's fiddler on Desire; at other times she weaves classical and Appalachian influences into her playing."”

Todd Paul - Woodstock Times

"I never thought I'd find myself saying this about a band, but Deni Bonet are a feel good group, and that is not a bad thing. This band is so uplifting that they leave a smile on my face every time I listen to the disc."

Endangered Species

“I got a burst of sunshine in the mail last weekend from Deni Bonet, the Manhattan-based violinist/accordionist/singer who leads the band of the same name. If she's not famous in the next year, the music business is worse than I've imagined.”

Fran Fried, Music Editor - New Haven Register

"Sunshine may be the sexiest, sauciest, most life affirming song of the year. "

Jim Sullivan, Music Editor - Boston Globe

“Front and center on the CD is Deni's songwriting and her impressive violin work. Deni's songwriting is full of strong thoughts and emotions along with clever and witty lyrics, and catchy choruses.”


“Attitude is a fine thing if there's talent to accompany it and Deni Bonet has plenty of both. Pop just crackling with intelligence, sexual innuendo, attitude and oddity.”

Mountain Xpress, Asheville, NC

“Deni Bonet hem hisli hem de "politically correct" sarkilar soyledi.”

Yeni Yuzyil, Istanbul