Reviews of Marshmellow Overcoat’s live performances and albums:
MMOC Self-Titled LP Review and Interview in roots music publication nodepression.com
MMOC Self-Titled LP Review in Pennsylvania Musician Magazine
"Marshmellow Overcoat’s new self-titled release is a great taste of their sound and an example of their commitment to unapologetic rock & roll vibes."
-Stacey Zering, Ink 19
“The band is audibly sporting more roots than my local woods and sounds truly great for it."
- Dave Attrill, www.metalliville.co.uk
“A very fun live band with great original and cover material!"
- Marc Frigo, professional recording engineer, Nashville and State College, www.frigorecording.com
“With 'On Safari,' the guys have left their 2009 debut 'Dominique's Garden in the dust. The only strong connection remaining is the stellar songwriting."
- Bob Felberg, www.CDBaby.com
“There's a nice '70s folk-rock vibe floating throughout most of 'On Safari,' the new LP from the Pennsylvania trio Marshmellow Overcoat. Standout tracks include 'She's a Winner' and 'Another Way to Hide.'"
- Philadelphia, PA Radio, WLUR 91.5 FM
“Marshmellow Overcoat has managed to update the '60s with inventive arrangements, unique melodies and lyrics that stride that fine line between obscure and accessible.”
- National Music Critiques, www.Taxi.com
"Great harmonies, it’s like Bob Dylan and David Bowie…Together!"
- Jango Internet Radio, www.Jango.com
“Really impressed with the songwriting on ‘On Safari’ – The band has done their homework on The Beatles and Byrds. It’s nice to hear newer musicians who can write a song with a hook.”
-Rick Gercak, professional recording engineer and musician, Pittsburgh, www.bad-influence-band.com
"Marshmellow Overcoat’s new album shows a growth and maturity not found in most of today’s music."
- Album Review, www.musicplayers.com