“Local band Stereo Reform has been making original tunes since 2008. This year, they’re taking on new challenges like a cool new music video shot in Atanta and changing up their band members. Vanessa de la Vina caught up with the band to find out what’s next for them. You can see Stereo Reform perform live Thursday at Greenville’s Downtown Alive. You can also see them perform at Gottrocks on July 31. For more info on the band and their upcoming performances, click here.”
"Two Thumbs Up".
“Radio Interview/Performance on 880 The Revolution in Asheville, NC”
“Television Interview/Performance on Studio 62”
““Fire” music video gained the attention of YouTube Nation within a few days of being posted and was featured on one of their episodes. YouTube Nation is a new daily show created by DreamWorks Animation and YouTube that scours the web to help you find great videos each week. See video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch”
"We at HF have to give ["Fire"] 2 huge thumbs up! This isn’t your typical pop groove… This song commands the dance floor to move, and get down to it! Rarely, do we hear tracks submitted that have us moving like Jagger in our office spaces.. So we send huge thanks to Stereo Reform for giving our ears breakfast before our stomachs got fed."
“Here is an interview with a Greenville, SC news program, Your Carolina, that aired in Feb. 2014.”
"Very Very Goodt . You need to Getd this album. Neil and Will are the Zapp and Roger of our generation. Electricity Generation; generating power from other sources of primary energy. Primary school, Primary colors - neon yellows, blue and red. Don't miss your ticket - get on the train. Next stop - your ear and brain, and your house. The Auditory Fun-house."
"Last but not least, Stereo Reform's forthcoming album The Future Started Yesterday. We got an advanced copy of the Greenville band's LP, and it's primo dance rock, the kind that has made Adam Levine a motherfucking millionaire and a guy who gets more ass than George Clooney, John Mayer, and Oscar Mayer combined. Make no mistake, the lead off track "10 Miles From New York City" will get you laid."
"Between the velvety disco groove of “Fire” and the cross of soul man swagger and pounding, robotic beats and electro-rock on “Lights Out Mama,” the production quality feels modern and lively, with hints of ’70s-era rawness. Detectable influences include elements of Quincy Jones’ earliest Michael Jackson sessions, George Clinton’s brassy work with Bootsy Collins and Red Hot Chili Peppers, anything from Prince’s vast catalog, and Nile Rodgers crisp recordings with Chic and Diana Ross. There’s a touch of hip-hop and Danger Mouse’s Gnarls Barkley and Gorillaz stuff, too."
"This is the most exciting album by a local band that I’ve heard in years, and I’m not easily excited. But this got me going, and I haven’t stopped".
"The Future Started Yesterday...pays homage to the old styles of yesteryear while embracing current technologies in a non-exploitative manner, giving it a timeless feel that's uncommon in the Pop landscape".
"Stereo Reform stacks up the beats between slices of funk and disco"
“Stereo Reform featured in Relix Magazine's "On the Verge"”
“Stereo Reform is featured in Relix magazine for the April/May 2011 issue. The song "10 Miles Out of NYC" is on the sampler CD that comes with every issue.”
“..."funky power trio StereoReform is capable of dishing out winningly absurd grooves, dance-rockers, hard-rock riffs, and high-energy jams."”
"Stereo Reform is a musically proficient and professional band in the studio. I enjoyed working with them and see them doing big things."
““Stereo Reform is one of the most professional bands I have seen in this country. With the group consisting of extremely talented musicians, they put on one of the best live performances I’ve ever seen from an unsigned band. There is not one reason these guys shouldn’t be all over mainstream media.””
““Stereo Reform leans towards precision over pomp...And while the length of Robots of Evolution’s tracks might not vary much, the substance succeeds in showing the band’s range. From the driving guitars of “Rides with Strangers” to the solemnly acoustic “From Here,” one thing is clear: This isn’t just a bar band.””
““Stereo Reform is the funkiest trio to emerge in Charleston, blending both stage presence and raw, unadulterated talent. The flashback to the early 80’s funk of Red Hot Chili Peppers is as evident as their original tunes well written. Add their clever on-stage banter and Stereo Reform could be the best time of your life.””