"a new level of excellence in Ottawa albums"
"[about Uranium Mining] a sprightly beat over a folksy call for solidarity"
“a rare combination of passion and creativity, they’re bringing a fresh voice to protest music. Folk-festival presenters, take note: your audiences will love them.”
“The arrangements are astonishingly rich, bursting with Schleihauf’s oboe and English Horn, Leclair’s cajon and Adair’s pianorgan and violin, taking unexpected detours, putting to the forefront their magnificent three-part harmonies.”
“they sing delightfully, fresh as the morning dew, luminous as the brightest day of June”
"worldly and socially conscious lyrics sung in harmonies that are becoming the envy of the Ottawa scene . . . "
"music that means something"
"reminds me of the Be Good Tanyas"
"there is nothing "little" about their music"