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"It is confident without being arrogant, and it sounds introspective without swimming in the murky waters of self-pity."
— THE DELI

"Cela dit mettre une étiquette précise sur sa musique ou essayer de lui trouver une parenté unique se révèle bien difficile."
— CONCERT AND CO

"Steve Shiffman & The Land Of No don't try and flirt with the mainstream at all, but when they hit their best then the tables could turn and the mainstream may wish it was flirting with them."
— THE SOUND OF CONFUSION

"The Land of No sound is one that transitions easily from crunchy garage rock to strummy songwriter fare, all the while maintaining sincerity in the storytelling."
— THE LO-DOWN NYC

"The lack of unnecessary embellishments lets the strength of the songwriting shine through."
— NOW TORONTO

"Strong musicianship, catchy pop hooks, and smart lyrics containing lots of poetic imagery that becomes more apparent with each listen, make this album really engaging time after time."
— BROOKLYN GLUTTON

"Solemn messages are laced in and out of Steve’s writing and there is hardly a moment while listening to this album that doesn’t entice the ear."
— COUNTRY MUSIC PRIDE

"While their sounds stand against genius of times past, they also tell original tales with blues and folk elements."
— THE DELI

"Shiffman and company weave excellent musicianship around the songs as each one is memorable in its own right — whether it's a brash rocker or gentle introspection."
— RUINED BY MTV

"Shiffman and company weave excellent musicianship around the songs as each one is memorable in its own right — whether it's a brash rocker or gentle introspection."
— POP MATTERS

"Good honest guitar pop with spindly guitar and a resonant rhythm section will never get old."
— IS THIS MUSIC?

"In “All Part of His Plan,” the band moves away from their slightly country vibe to a rock-dominated sound, while still maintaining a bit of twang rarely seen in indie rock."
— THE JOHNS HOPKINS NEWSLETTER

"With a similar approach to Jeff Tweedy, Shiffman's band complimented his jangle with the right amount of sonic aggression."
— blogTO



It's a smattering of everything - heavy matters, pop hooks, people just trying to get a taste of the sweet cream on the top of the sundae and an old-time way with songwriting that hangs on its own intelligence and feels like those smoky rooms that we all used to drink our live music fixes out of.
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