"The sixth studio album from UNKLE is nothing short of a musical odyssey, and takes special care to bring back the prestige of the playlist. Split into two acts, Lavelle masterfully builds a beginning, middle and end to each section, moving 'from light to dark, from brute force to tenderness' in a way that documents the highs and lows of being out on the road." - Exclaim!
"For an updated throwback to rock and soul, look no further than musician Nick Waterhouse, whose weathered voice and nimble guitar come to life on 'Song for Winners,' the first single off his upcoming self-titled album. The L.A.-based artist sounds like he could easily could have fit in mid-20th century with his fuzzy-edged R&B, but keeps things updated and interesting with jazzy interludes and earnest, unfussy delivery. While the track may start off with a rock ‘n’ roll vibe, it quickly evolves into a bluesier groove that shows off his classic style." - TIME
“The gorgeous singles that have preceded the album's campaign might appear to be cut from the same cloth as his debut, but Unfurl seems infinitely more meditative, vulnerable, and dare I say, spiritual than Dawn. On the stunning, Sigur Ros-like closer "Fumbling Prayer", Cuming's plaintive voice soars over the reverential, pipe organ, as if it is pleading to the darkness for answers in a world full of irrational distractions. Surrounded by moments of glacial beauty, it is a powerful reminder of the old adage, "The quieter you become, the more you can hear."“ - Pop Matters
"New York is still home to bands as varied as Sunflower Bean, whose music suggests what might have happened if psychedelia had emerged after punk and the Police rather than before." - Jon Pareles, New York Times
“At ten tracks – none crossing the four-minute mark – it’s a brisk listen, but the arrangements are dense and the production brims with character.” - The Skinny