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The White White Lights / Press

“Best New Austin Band for 2010!”

Raoul Hernandez - The Austin Chronicle

“Ten bands to watch in 2010!”

Austin Powell - Austin Chronicle

"360 degree indie rock mayhem a la Sonic Youth - on the radar once and for all with their intricate, layered rock and roll."


"Little of this, little of that, little loud, little eerie, little cutesy, little sexy, little angry, little thoughtful, little vicious, little dance-y, little hardcore, and a lot awesome."

The Austin Chronicle

"The shades of white are infinite. I have to emphasize that vocalist Jenny Gacy is really good. Her voice has absolutely perfect intonation."

John Aielli - KUT 90.5fm

"The quartet throws down brashly fueled dance-punk riffs behind while Jenny Gacy feverishly balances furiously jittery howls and sultry, delicately intricate pop."

The Austin Sound

"The band demonstrates an unusually mature touch, draping Gacy's haunted growls and methadone croons in lightly realized swirls of guitar or wintry keyboard textures — and just when it seems like floating is all it can do, it breaks into dance-rock showers."

The Onion / AV Club

"The White White Lights delivers fluorescent sounds with bleak hearts found in a dark city. They create emotional and natural synthetic dim and distant noise smothered with impassioned lyrics. The White White Lights feel like a soft kiss before bodies sweat sweet love."


"The White White Lights are another on the rise Austin group. Expect to hear lots of great material when they're done recording."


"The white white lights are one of the more promising bands in Austin. We're big fans of them -- they're a relatively new band, having formed last year but you wouldn't know it seeing them live.


"Shifting gears for a lighter, more experimental set, newcomers the White White Lights put on a set consisting of a fair amount of New Wave mixed with a whole lot of rock."

The Austin Chronicle