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The White Ravens / Press

“The White Ravens aren't quite like anything you've come across before. Amy's voice is reminiscent of Amanda Palmer. Ms. Bennett also strums a bass as she sings - an unusual but pleasing combination in a band that is all about unusual combinations. She is buoyed along by her brother Will's bouncy, synth and soaring keyboards. With titles like, "World's Smallest Piece of Pasta", "Rube Goldberg Machine", and "Great Pacific Garbage Patch", and songs about a literal food fight in a grocery store, how could you not be curious?”

“The White Ravens craft sparkling, irresistible pop music that invites us on a vacation from the ordinary.”

“The latest gem to crawl out of Jim Diamond‘s Ghetto Recorders is . . .the White Ravens. Their songs come on like Ben Folds and Billy Joel taking turns sitting in with They Might Be Giants, and that’s not irony!”

"If all rock records sounded this good no one would buy anything else. . .Incredibly catchy and quirky tunes that add a new pastiche to geek rock. . .Reflects both the best and darkest intents of humanity. . .You won't be able to get The White Ravens out of your head."

“Amy Bennett's vocals are what kicks this over the top. Right now, this stuff is simply great.”