Science Hill / Press

“Science Hill's sound is nothing less than outstanding when it comes to excellence in musicianship in the genres of Beach Funk, and Rock & Ska..Science Hill has everything it takes to reach superstar status in the music industry with "Moonlight Swim" as the start of their ascent.”

BCD Music Group

“Science Hill is one of the hardest working, most underrated bands in the entire Midwest. Good guys, good tunes, good vibes. You can't go wrong with Science Hill - regardless of what type of music you're into.”

“Science Hill is not just another run of the mill band making music. They stand out as giants among the crowd, living their music - unique, positive, energetic, and full of life.”

““We Could Be Swinging” is a lyrical tour-de-force for Jeff Nations...Chris Seithel is an underrated drummer...and Dave Seithel and Chris Barnes riff on guitar and bass like no one else’s business.”

“A modern-rock quartet that employs spacey, slightly psychedelic guitar lines alongside a muscular rhythm section.”

Christian Schaeffer - Riverfront Times (St. Louis, MO)

"Here's to feeling good all the time." That's the title on Science Hill's myspace page, but that's exactly how you feel when you listen to their music.

Z95FM The Bone (Poplar Bluff, MO)

“Without giving the generic “they sound like…” just think of it as a frozen margarita blend of Jimmy Buffett, Incubus and 311 with strong influences of Steely Dan and The Police.”

“No lifejackets required! "Moonlight Swim" is raw, smooth and refreshing! Science Hill rocks out on an ocean of amazing vocals and instrumental talent.”

Nathan Paull - Pizzazz Magazine

“Science Hill is an appropriate name for this band. They're like musical scientists who fuse a unique blend of rock, funk and reggae to create a sound that will make you smile while delivering messages that provoke thought. Science Hill is a rock version of a trip to the beach in your bare feet.”

Ken Williams - iChannel.fm & iChannel HD Newtworks

“Their sound is kind of like finding the orphaned love child of 311 and a rock-funk-reggae band washed ashore on the bank of the Missouri River within stumbling distance of The Landing.”

Present Magazine (Kansas City, MO)