They say of "Song from No Man's Land"

“a wealth of talent” Pete Butchers, Jazz Today

“...some of the most inventive jazz Cambridge has to offer” Varsity

‘class act ... worth going some distance to see live .. sheer vitality’ All About Jazz

“a real pleasure, this band is just fun!” Linley Hamilton, BBC Jazz World

“many moving parts and sheer energy” Debbie Burke

"... creates an inventive, off-kilter experience that sets up the listener only to wrong foot you by switching directions." Chris Baber, Jazz Views

“Declared and practised eclecticism ... they mix folk and funk with the open approach of jazz” Antonia Tessitore, Battiti, Rai Radio3

On "Late":

“Close to Jazz, but not only” Pino Saulo, Battiti, Rai Radio3

"Compositions, arrangements and performances are first class." All About Jazz

“light-hearted, engaging compositions” Jazzwise magazine, September 2015

"A tightly arranged Cambridge quintet... on their brooding bop-flavoured debut... highly promising maiden voyage."

"They deserve casting in Frith St." bebop spoken here

“There are no weak cuts here, and the band consistently shines without showing off. Respect.” Listen, Learn, Read

“[a band] with a strong bop sensibility and a way with a memorable melody line” All About Jazz

“A very exciting new band, beautiful writing” Linley Hamilton, BBC Jazz World

BETTER THAN TV: fresh, inventive and unpretentious.
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