Reviews

  • ...it is an honest, it is an alternative college rock era record which would have been perfect for an early 90’s music revival fan. - Eddie Carter - All The Time I Was Listening To My Own Wall Of Sound

  • This Washington DC 4-piece band return and this is another milestone as the group sound even tighter - Power PopAholic

  • this collection of new songs is sure to make you an instant fan - JP's Music Blog

  • The musicianship is subtle with a focus on the song and tasty arrangements designed to enhance the song as opposed to showing off excessive technique. - David Hintz - DC Rock Live

  • Still carrying a flavoursome Americana tang to their no frills rock 'n' roll, Braddock Station Garrison have produced another highly magnetic and creatively organic proposition with their second full-length to thoroughly enjoy. - Pete Ring - The Ringmaster Review

  • ...if you like heartland rock with a bit of post grunge, then do not look any further than this - it does exactly what it says on the tin and deserves that hint of recognition. - Eddie Carter - All The Time I Was Listening To My Own Wall Of Sound

  • If you don't begin seeing this album cover everywhere soon it would really surprise me, because these boys are really doing something different and special. - Rachel Cusick - SwitchBitch Noise

  • early R.E.M/Replacements feel to their recordings as you will hear when their songs pop up on playlist. - JJ OHagan - Hipsville365AD

  • The eight songs on this album [A Hint Of Recognition] will give you good crisp thoughtful rockers that have a lot of fascinating guitar interplay. - David Hintz - DC Rock Live

  • A Hint of Recognition further solidifies Braddock Station Garrison as a very capable rock band that can deliver the goods. - Ted Rogen - The Equal Ground

  • ...invoked both the spirits of Wilco and REM on their High Water EP, but they are not afraid to play some Badfinger 70's style rock to people without short attention spans. - Audio Ammunition

  • Interview with James McQuiston - James McQuiston - NeuFutur

  • The sheer amount of energy that the band has in their live performances...is simply infectious. - James McQuiston - NeuFutur Magazine

  • ...the album carries that raw, garage rock feel. - JPs Music Blog

  • Power and vulnerability are common themes between tracks that borrow just the right amount of light 60's and heavy 70's music. - Ethan Skeleton - The Equal Ground

  • Six tracks which ignite the imagination and appetite for instinctive melodic rock, the release is an adventurous endeavour which at its heights ignites the passions and in its quieter moments of persuasion provides a vibrant and absorbing charm draped with drifting emotive shadows. - Pete RingMaster - The RingMaster Review

  • Lead singer and guitarist Steve Schillinger carries each tune with confidence, and a cadence that reminded me of Chris Isaak. - Power PopAholic

  • These guys offer some personality within comfortable rock forms and should be investigated by local rock fans. - David Hintz - DC Rock Live

  • This band features all the basics of good power pop/indie rock with two guitars working rhythms and leads atop a nimble rhythm section. - David Hintz - DC Rock Live

  • ...a Led Zeppelin-ish feeling and this quiet melancholia of The Beach Boys, both combined in a unique blend with distinctive vocals. - Mart Kawali - Flowers In A Gun

  • This two-guitar local band offered up much more than I expected and had me fully involved for their nearly hour-long set. - David Hintz - DC Rock Live