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The Wellspring / Press

““The Wellspring are in so many words, the byproducts of The Troubadour era that breathed life into Carol King and James Taylor, soft-speaking musicians who carry big sticks... Dov’s voice is higher than most male singers. Talia’s smoky. They compliment each other quite well - like a shot of whiskey and steak.””

SmashedChair

““Amazing harmonies...Seriously: a-m-a-z-i-n-g. The band’s going places – and we say that not because they have the support of a travel agency, but because they’re really talented.””

Popwreckoning

““Destiny appears to be on the side of this Folk Rock Pop duo... Their musical synergy has earned them a great deal of critical acclaim. Many fans have fallen in love with their melodically pleasing harmonies, and insightful lyrics.””

ABC News, Philadelphia

“#1 Top Unsigned/Indie Album of 2010 - The Wellspring EP”

Examiner.com

“Destiny appears to be on the side of this Folk Rock Pop duo… Their musical synergy has earned them a great deal of critical acclaim. Many fans have fallen in love with their melodically pleasing harmonies, and insightful lyrics.”

ABC News Philadelphia

“Produced by Bill Lefler (Dashboard Confessional, Ingrid Michaelson), the record's warmth and sincerity underscore the magnetic musical chemistry between The Wellspring's members Dov Rosenblatt and Talia Osteen. The duo really does craft some of the prettiest and heart-melting pop I've heard in quite some time… beautiful music, which is lilting, moving and arresting all at once.”

ArtistDirect

“Amazing harmonies…Seriously: a-m-a-z-i-n-g. The band’s going places – and we say that not because they have the support of a travel agency, but because they’re really talented.”

Popwreckoning

“The Wellspring’s opening set showcased their brand of country-tinged soft rock... including a gorgeous take on Tug of War.”

Boston Music Spotlight

“The Wellspring are in so many words, the byproducts of The Troubadour era that breathed life into Carol King and James Taylor, soft-speaking musicians who carry big sticks… Dov’s voice is higher than most male singers. Talia’s smoky. They compliment each other quite well - like a shot of whiskey and steak.”

SmashedChair

“Top 20 Artists To Watch in 2011 - The Wellspring”

Examiner.com

“The Los Angeles duo of Talia Osteen and Dov Rosenblatt create wistful, soulful pop on "Uncertainty," while "Waterproof" is a transcendent and transfixing ballad. Their two voices color each of the five songs with vibrant textures, harmonizing at all the right moments... ”

Rick Florino - The Wellspring to Release Self-Titled Debut EP on July 29th

“The five songs feature skillful harmonies, in a genre that is pop/folk with a dash of rock. “Waterproof,” has a chorus that is beautifully hypnotic with a tone that is reminiscent to The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Porcelain.” The catchy “Not Out Loud,” features an introspective hook that brings to mind the frustrating stagnation of not being able to share one’s feelings, perhaps out of fear of rejection. There are a few moments on the EP where Rosenblatt sounds like a less breathy Eliot Smith and Osteen sounds like a less quirky Regina Spektor...”

Alan Zeitlin - NY Blueprint