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The Really Cooks / Press

“The Really Cooks may be the only "food rock" band in Philly. Wait, they definitely are. Blending elements of '60s British pop and tongue-in-cheek themes, the Really Cooks serve some of the bounciest tracks around on their self-released Dr. Lemonade Stand.”

“The Really Cooks are a fun time, when you go to their show you'll dance, laugh and most importantly, eat."”

Kara Gaulrapp - Senior Editor - La Salle Collegian

“Defined as "food rock", the group covers a full range of topics while incorporating recipes, comedy, and psychedelic sounds akin to King Crimson. Intrigued? You should be! If youre not, are you breathing?”

“The Really Cooks understand that music is meant to be enjoyed -- and help facilitate said enjoyment with costumes, cartoons, and seriously catchy tunes.”

“If you find yourself having a knack for that sound that does not just walk off the beaten path but completely runs down it, these Philly natives will take you back to the future.”

“The sky is most definitely the limit with these four guys- though they have even rocket shipped through that several times amongst their collage of crazy, genre-abridging tunes. They are well-versed in taking the traditional verse-chorus-bridge song structure and transforming it, turning it upside down and inside out. Expect them to make a sizable splash in the Philly music pond and beyond, sharing their distinctive recipes with steadfast, albeit hungry music-lovers.”

“They are actually real cooks who are happy to share their original recipes with you.”

“Who is responsible for creating those delicious sounds spewing out of your laptop speakers, you ask? That would be the enchanting Philadelphia native band, The Really Cooks.”

“The four-piece West-Philly based outfit encompass a Sgt.-Pepper-like feeling in their affinity for frequent change in styles and tempos. The harmonic element of their music calls to mind Queen and the Beach Boys, and their psychedelic sensibility evokes that of The Zombies. Of course, pirates and sea shanties also make their way into this eclectic mix of 60s-inspired story-rock.”