"Hamrick and Co. have crafted a collection of compelling songs that stand as the best of their impressive discography... highly memorable and spine-tingling melodies”
- Mike Breen, City Beat.
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"This Cincinnati trio shows an interesting perspective on writing pop alternative songs that break the current mold.
The result is a very mature effort with songs that are catchy without being generic, lively without being too loud,
and intense without being overblown."
- Music Morsels
"Their work seems to float between upbeat, easy pop and more intense, at times haunting, songs.
The lyrics are emotive and heartfelt…the catchy lines will rattle in your head days after hearing them."
- Alisha Woolery, Cincinnati Enquirer/ Cincinnati.Com
"Tonefarmer…has all the elements of why a good pop song can make every bone feel good at the same time…
A great sense of melody, melodrama, storyline and sound… "
- Jon Cozolino, mp3.com.AU
"Have you been wondering where all of the really poetic, emotionally driven songwriters have been hiding lately?
Well you can find a few of them in (the band) Tonefarmer…an amazing display of audio creativity and musical talent. "
– Shane Miller, Cincymusic.com
"Meanwhile moves in a way both curious and straying."
- C.A. MacConnell, City Beat.
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"...Dreamy, lush, melodic pop arrangements"
Rick Bird, Cincinnati Post
"... similar 3 minute pop classicism as Liverpool's finest the La’s."
"Their work seems to float between upbeat, easy pop and more intense, at times haunting, songs."
"...an amazing display of audio creativity and musical talent."
"While Where You Go may be brief, it is never slight. It's always a wonderful experience, finding an artist who can say so much and leave a vast impression on you over the course of six songs, and Tonefarmer have won me over. Does the world still like intelligent music? I hope so, for Tonefarmer's sake; they have quietly discovered a wonderful pop-song formula, and it's merely a matter of time until the world soon discovers their magic. Still, an excellent record like Where You Go should not go unheard; luckily, I have this distinct feeling that it won't."
Joseph Kyle, mundanesounds.com
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"...Tonefarmer's Recreation is one of the best band debuts of the past few years."
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