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Gone Baby Gone / Press

“Gone Baby Gone. Garage rock and surf rock meets rockabilly full of soul and dance-worthy beats. This high energy trio stand out thanks to Dizzy’s bad ass vocals that are a spitfire of sultry grit. GONE BABY GONE– SHOW RECOMMENDATION A flashback to the late fifties? No problem. Gone Baby Gone are classic rock ‘n’ rollers with grit and flare that will inspire a pompadour and flamming red lipstick. Their sound is San Diego perfect. Perfect for speeding down the freeway in a T Bird while smoking cigarettes, splashing under the sun in the fresh ocean waves and getting whiskey drunk off 30th street in North Park. A Gone Baby Gone performance is a hip, twist-inspiring good time!”

“GBG’s bio says their main focus is “to have fun,” and they deliver on that promise. Every one of these throwback rockers seems out for a good time, while frontwoman Dizzy ties the whole thing together with her easy swagger. Though the quartet’s still unproven, it’ll be interesting to see if their upcoming EP can take them to the next level.”

“Gone Baby Gone, from San Diego, is a femme fronted band who rocks out like they are on the beach, their sound is devastatingly surfer rock reminiscent. And by devastatingly… I mean, this girl gets up on stage with such a fierce attitude, silky-corrosive voice and crashingly intense stage presence, its too bad for the boys she’s on stage and not on the dance floor. Vocals aside, the strings and sticks are just as passionate and into their conceptions of composition. Rock n Roll fans… Check out Gone Baby Gone!!... (read on)”

“Listening to Gone Baby Gone’s self titled EP doesn’t feel like I’m listening to a normal modern indie rock album. The have sounds from another era. The basic song structure seems too basic and boring when I first started playing each song but when the powerful vocals kick off and drums, guitar and bass zone in and power out, it turns into a beautiful emotional journey, like early seventies rock and funk meets melodic garage love songs of the sixties. GBG takes you places!”

Kristi Mollina - Indie Smother.net

“Local Roundup at Brick by Brick Stories Blurt Music News Local indie band GONE BABY GONE opened at Brick by Brick for a band who’s name and set was so long I had to leave. Best way to describe these kids in GBG is pseudo modern grunge meets vintage psych rock. I dislike chick in rock bands, they bore me. Big bonus here, the chick singer doesn’t suck! The singer and guitarist seem to share a throwback classic rock vibe. Toss a groovey underage bass player in the mix and the style fuses and feeds the need for balance. Blues, rock meets funk is how I heard it. Their drummer kicks ass too, when I saw the African colored drum kit I immediately assumed stoner slow. I stand corrected boys and girls, he’s off the hook. If you’re a SoCal hipster, here is your band. GBG thumbs up.”

Jay Allen Stanford - Blurt Music News

“GONE BABY GONE (Self titled EP) To Miss V, the sexy-sounding lead singer of indie-rock band GONE BABY GONE formerly Hypnotic Odyssey: Your voice sounds pretty awesome, but you’re being drowned out by one or two of your sub-par band mates. Tell your lead guitarist to find the “treble” knob and dial it waaaay down. The rhythm guitar, however, is just right. As for your bassist and drummer, you could definitely use more of them. And while we’re at it, add cowbell. There’s always room for cowbell. Love, Justin. MS/gonebabygonemusic.”

J. Roberts - Citybeat Great Demo Review 2010