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Red Tree Religion / Press

“...I find myself nodding my head to their tunes. There is something slightly infectious to their music that is hard to dismiss. This I could very well see myself listening to when I drive to work. There is something positive and life affirming to this EP that puts a smile on my face.”

“Great playing and great band! ”

Jon Liebman

“...I could characterize it as contemporary hard-prog....it is ultra-funky (Chilis but even Faithless are somewhere around) shaking you with its rhythmic accuracy. I think here we are.”

“Really diverse influences from your part, a really interesting mixture! P(rock)g on! ”

“...a tight band with good musicians chasing their vision. Check them out if you are looking for more alternative listenings.”

“A band with a quite promising material...A really remarkable production. Funk influnces are very strong, the bass does its own magic things and the guitars remind a lot of Hendrix...Everything reminds of summertime, eventhough we are already in the middle of September.”

“Really fun groove-based jam. Poppin' bass and drums in the pocket. Nice double stops on the bass! ...You've got that ostinato going on in one of the rhythm guitars and the bass, which is cool. ”

“I really enjoy the feel of this song.... I love the cello that starts the song and is featured throughout! The loop is mesmerizing and hypnotic and keeps the sense of melancholy and lack going through the song. Nicely done.... I want to commend you on the production here! You really set a mood and a tone and have a great feel in this song.”

"Sparkin’ Night Lust " is a pleasant rock song, where the first thing I noticed is the bass seems to be particularly important for the band, and beautiful leads the song throughout its duration and not buried behind the guitars. I think the Red Hot Chili Peppers have played their role in the influence of group on the bass lines. In plus, added a nice refrain and interesting solo that closes the piece.

“Their influences…. and the vein of 80s and 90s are fairly obvious. The first conclusions are positive…We are looking forward to their next recordings to conclude more safely and as we believe even more positively.”

“Red Tree Religion have finished recording of three promo tracks....listen to their new songs for free at reverbnation”

"I dig the driving Blues based Rock here, as the firey Disco inspired bass line propels the foundation along nicely. Please keep up infusing unexpected elements/features, like the bass line and rhythmic foundation pulsing attack... The concept of fusing Blues with this type of rhythm section drive is clever. I also love the Brian May inspired burn, to the guitar work/soloing...."