"Noah Caveny’s sound is somewhere in the middle of classic country and the new school style because it lacks the twang of the old and the pop of the new. So he definitely sets himself apart in a middle ground so fans of yesteryears and today can both enjoy. “Great Depression” has a masculine tone matched with sing-along choruses that are sure to make crowds smile. It seemed like the perfect song for an old western movie as well. While “Maureen’s House” is the song to go to get the hips swaying on the dance floor. This upbeat gem had fun lines such as “little angel from Costa Rica” and the mention of “18 wheelers” that make for a great time. As mentioned before, fans of everything from George Jones to Keith Urban are going to enjoy Noah Caveny’s style because he sits right in the middle of the country spectrum."
“Saw the Marfalites a few weeks ago at this spot and I was blown away--the griminess of the band's alt-country sound, the grit behind Noah Caveny's vocals, the swagger of the band's stage presence. Real impressive stuff, folks.”
“Seriously, though: The Marfalites are our new favorite local band...how come no one told us about The Marfalites. Easily belongs on the top 5 list of local country bands. And we have TONS.”