Trolsen and his ensemble deliver a fusion gumbo of Jazz, Noise and funk that offer a simmering spicy stew.
…part heavy-metal, part psychedelic jazz and part theatre of the absurd.
—Scott Aiges, New Orleans Times Picayune
…a heady jazz-funk-whatever-you-make-of-it ensemble that recalls the mustachioed Mr. Zappa’s humorous operatic art-rock phase of the late 70’s; Funk and jazz with a liberal dose of pleasantly sarcastic humor, followed by stretched out jams featuring plenty of all out blowing…impressive and innovative music, without a whiff of pretense…Clearly a band with no category, no time zone, and no identifiable country of origin on it’s passport.
—James Lien, CMJ Magazine
…an intelligent, if irreverent, blend of rock and jazz.
—Bill Milkowski, Pulse Magazine
…bizarre excursions designed to cheat expectation and keep the mind in an open state of inquiry.
—Jonathan Taback, Offbeat Magazine
…fusion without formulas, encompasses acid rock and Big Bands, Latin, boogaloo, and modal jazz rollicks and struts without stinting the polyrhythmic and metric complexities.
—David Dupont, Cadence Magazine
…a propensity for wacky humor, and a musical style that defies categorization.
—Keth Spera, New Orleans Times Picayune