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Pete Hofmann and the Measured Doses / Press

" Give me the shut-in singer-songwriter, the loner who would just as soon skip out on the red carpet to spend a few days holed up with a four-track, phone disconnected, blackout curtains on the windows. That's the kind of psychosis that sticks to the tape. You can taste it."

"The harmony-drenched album conjures aural spectres ranging from English garage gods T.Rex and Ray Davies to all-American pop balladeers Brian Wilson and Mark Eitzel."

Tom Hallet - Twin Cities Pulse Weekly

"...pens songs that stick around longer than their allotted 3 minutes. Rocksolid!"

Lukezine, London UK

"Crawling Tall" tops the list for "Local Records That Mattered To Me Most In 2001."

Jim Walsh - St. Paul Pioneer Press

“St. Patrick's Day evening at The Varsity Theater, Pete Hofmann dispensed songs both old and new in measured doses as he handed out custom-made pill bottles done up like show flyers. "Sorry, no Vicodin residue is left," he joked as he set a bottle at the edge of the stage early in the set.”

“Pete Hofmann, the interviewee, as experienced first-hand: fast-talking, massively gesticulating, damn near hyperactive.”

“Pete Hofmann and band were very exciting to listen to, in a very schizophrenic way. Half of the songs were up-tempo piano-driven raves (think Daryl Hall fronting the Smithereens), and half were Harry Connick-like torch ballads, all of which were delivered with a smile or a smirk or both.”

“Pete Hofmann: Benevolent Dictator”