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Qiet / Press

““...it is music with a vision and a purpose – music to dance to (should the mood take you), but equally it is intelligent, literary music that you can listen to (should the mood take you).””

"Aptly titled ‘The Indie Song’, the album track evokes the vaudevillian atmosphere of fellow genre darlings Gogol Bordello and Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeroes."

—Magnet Magazine

"[Pet Driftwood] might sound like an indie hipster title torn [from] the Arcade Fire playbook, and it is, but the album promises to be infinitely more adventurous."

—PopDose

"...a baffling blend that really shouldn’t work, but does. It’s visionary, but not in a way that too weird to enjoyably listen to."

“Quite simply, Qiet defies definition.”

“...a baffling blend that really shouldn’t work, but does. It’s visionary, but not in a way that too weird to enjoyably listen to.”

“...it is music with a vision and a purpose – music to dance to (should the mood take you), but equally it is intelligent, literary music that you can listen to (should the mood take you).”

"Aptly titled “The Indie Song,” the album track evokes the vaudevillian atmosphere of fellow genre darlings Gogol Bordello and Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeroes."

"[Pet Driftwood Composition #8] might sound like an indie hipster title torn [from] the Arcade Fire playbook, and it is, but the album promises to be infinitely more adventurous."

"[Qiet] slams together everything from gypsy jazz to indie pop to wild rock to soul and funk." [12/20/13]

“I missed them when they stopped in at The Camel toward the beginning of their excursion, but having never heard of them before, heck, I may have seen them on the poster and not realized what I was missing.”

“A street music, performance-art machine. One of Huntington's coolest indie bands that can't find an extra vowel but that can find a musical saw.”

“Qiet is one of the area's more eclectic ensembles, combing theatrics with rock and featuring lead singer Christopher Harris, who possesses an impressive set of room-filling pipes.”