“Their song "Side by Side" is featured in the movie "Self Storage" 2013 starring Eric Roberts”
“Their song "Picking a Fight" is featured in the movie "Army of the Damned" 2013 starring Sully Erna”
"Never afraid of getting loud, wild and crazy, The Can't Nots are a musical force to truly be in awe of. They have their brand new EP Radio Pudding currently available and it has The Can't Nots doing what they do best, turning the amps up to 11 and proceeding to take their sound to a new stratosphere."
“Nominated "Band of the Year" in Limelight Magazine's 6th annual music awards.”
“Bobby Brierly’s scorchingly electric riffs of guitar, Gary Wilkinson’s impeccable drumming skills to go with the steady bass licks from Darren Frigon and Naomi Lee’s powerful voice smashing walls into smithereens, The Can’t Nots are a musical force to truly be in awe of.........Brierly’s guitar shreds throughout each track along with Lee on vocals becoming a jaw-dropping sonic entity, setting The Can’t Nots new release apart from everything I’ve heard in a while.......................It’s early in the year, but Radio Pudding should prove to be one of the best releases to come out of The Creative Capital by the end of 2014.”
“The Can’t Nots return with a six-song EP, Radio Pudding, and the Providence (via Lincoln) quartet sounds bigger and better than ever.”
"I think I have finally found some music you can’t not listen to. Their style of music is very approachable, with an occasional swift kick of punk to keep you on the edge of your seat. Naomi’s voice always brings the listener along for the ride, from her soaring falsettos to the burrowing low notes. Her range is fantastic and controlled really well. Even their slower songs, like “The Gray,” are catchy and show off their unique style of music. ...listen to their songs, especially their new EP, which you can download for free on their website! Hello new playlist music!
"...carving out some interesting genre-shucking territory. It's an interesting space to be in, and The Can't Nots have room to grow into it.
“...the sampling goes a long way toward illustrating why The Can't Nots are considered at the top of the up-and-coming list. They've convincingly attempted that ever illusive task of capturing live-performance energy on a silly flat piece of polycarbonate plastic. ...For a three-piece band with a project that clocks in under 20 minutes, The Can't Nots demonstrate that they're on the right path to, as their bio states, 'becoming rock's voice for the right now.'”
“Nominated "plugged in female vocalist" by Motif Magazine's 2011 Music Awards”
“Nominated "plugged in best live act" by Motif Magazine's 2011 Music Awards”
“Nominated "local breakthrough act" by Providence Phoenix's Best Music Poll 2010”