““Trouble Is Real” is a wonderful track that reminds favorably of Dr. Dog, Wilco, Kurt Vile and a few other talented acts who incorporate the classic schematics of acts like The Band and Harry Nilsson into a contemporary indie-rock arsenal. The swooning guitar twangs, sound rhythm section, and central hook-filled chorus make for an excellent rockin’ assortment that starts and finishes strong, elevated particularly by a chorus driven by the charismatic vocals and collaborative keys and guitar twangs.”
“Their music has feel-good vibes all over it and would make the perfect road trip soundtrack. Huckleberry's songs sound like small whispers passed around the campfire that build up to epic stories. The tales are anthems for anyone who has taken a dip in the river with their buddies. They play a lively set and fans get a chance to see how all the instruments work together in perfect harmony.”
“With their superb harmonies opening "Cat's in the Creek," Huckleberry instantly hooks you like trout on worm. Each track further beckons you down this Fine Highway until you reach the end of the road and "Sail Away" drifts you off to sea.”
"(Huckleberry) is authentic desert music, it’s a sound that belongs to its geography, built of cactus spines, tequila, quartzite sand and miracles built within the joy of extremes."
"Huckleberry borrows from a wealth of styles – most notably, the loose-limbed grooves of the Stones – to create a vintage-sounding collection of top notch rockers and ballads, while clinging on to their proud heritage."
"Fine Highway" isn’t strictly out in the dusty cholla territory. It’s all over the map roots-wise, with echoes of the Americana of early Nilsson (“Handle Me”) to the grungy guitar overload of Crazy Horse (“Sail Away”) to muted San Francisco psychedelia (“Miracles”) to the good-time-music-meets-No Depression title track.