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THE VELDT / Press

“Danny Chavis of the Veldt interviewed. Topics of sound and all things sonic.Rod Mckuen is also a writer of this caliber as well–for example: “Cats have it all – admiration, an endless sleep, and company only when they want it.””

“THE VELDT BRIANJONESTOWN MASSACRE LIVE WEBSTER HALL MAY NYC”

“A comprehensive re-introduction of The band The Veldt re-emergence for their latest release in 20 years The Shocking Fuzz of Your Electric Furr”

“The Veldt UK!!! Liverpool Psych Fest”

“A comprehensive look at The story of The Veldt from the 20 past years till present. Definitely detailed with influences trails and tribulations that will have you understand our back round and harsh way to go. a must read Thank you Michael Gonzales.”

“http://itcher.com/mag/underrated-90s-us-shoegaze-bands/”

Michael Taylor - itcher

“don't expect Hendrix, Sly, Buddy Miles or the Chambers Brothers”

"I might call this the FIRST "AFRO PUNK" ALBUM" "Apollo Heights" the most criminally under rated band in New York."

“Ever wondered what The Jesus and Mary Chain or the Cocteau Twins would sound like if they were fronted by Marvin Gaye? Meet The Veldt.”

“THE VELDT LED ZEPPELIN IN REVERSE REVIEW "AFRODISIAC"”

“VELDT REVIEW INDONESIA 2009:”

"Soul in a Jar," "Until You're Forever," and "Wanna Be Where You Are" are just three examples of tunes that stack up well to favorites of the time, such as Chapterhouse's "Pearl," Kitchens of Distinction's "4 Men," and Catherine Wheel's "Crank." Crazily enough, the latter two Veldt songs mentioned trump the Chapterhouse pseudo-hit in use of hip-hop beats, dazed guitars, and lovely-yet-charged vocals.

“''When I heard This Mortal Coil's "Song to The Siren"”

“The Sound will be familiar to those who like Echo and the Bunnymen and My Bloody Valentine except for the kicking Drum beat”

“VELDT"AFRODISIASC'' REVIEW FRENCH REVIEW”

“THE "VELDT AFRODISIAC" REVIEW TITLED "UNSUNG''”

“The Veldt released one of the most underrated shoegaze albums of the entire movement, let alone during the 1990’s when bands like Slowdive were coming to prominence.”