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"An expansive track surrounded on either sonic end by a twitchy bassline and echoing guitar twinkles, “Papersoul II” allows the drumbeat to steer the song, ranging in volatility from staring at the ceiling to urgently staring at the ceiling, discovering the symmetry in its hidden patterns." [10/8/18]

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—Dara Bankole, The Wild Honeypie

"Getaway Dogs inhabit their own starry-eyed universe, drifting along to the tropical pulsation of big bossa-nova guitars, shimmering intergalactic keyboards, somnambulant vocals, whispered percussion and bright, buoyant melodies." [8/26/2016]

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—Magnet Magazine

"I hit play and am gently transported to the warmth of the coast and swathed in a carefree vibe...Poised to dive back into post-summer reality, this is exactly the type of song I’ve been turning up and tuning out to." [8/31/2016]

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—The Wild Honey Pie

"Getaway Dogs create an indie-Tropicalismo fusion that will satisfy fans of both genres. If laid-back ambition is a thing, Kai Killion and his talented allies seem to have it in spades." [8/19/2016]

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—Songwriting Magazine

"Getaway Dogs inhabit their own starry-eyed universe, drifting along to the tropical pulsation of big bossa-nova guitars, shimmering intergalactic keyboards, somnambulant vocals, whispered percussion and bright, buoyant melodies." [8/16/2016]

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—J. Poet - Magnet Magazine

"This 15-track body (Lost in the Ebb) of work is purely intoxicating, leaving you with a dizzying smile and slowly creeping warm-n-fuzzies." [8/16/2016]

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—Clayton Warwick - The Music Ninja

"Lost in the Ebb, their debut LP, will welcome you with a smooth surface, but underneath the warm sound lies an intensity that will keep you around far longer than your average summer anthem." [8/10/2016]

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—The Indie Blender

"Getaway Dogs captures the light, bubbling froth of ocean foam from a shaded coastal cove on a hot day and condenses the imagery into an intricate soundtrack from a dream." [8/3/2016]

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—Joshua Huver, The Bay Bridged

"The kind of fizzy, world-traveled pop that David Byrne covets." [7/29/2016]

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—Joshua Pickard, Nooga

"Get into the band’s smooth, soothing form of indie pop..." [7/27/2016]

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—Magnet Magazine

"Eclectic mix of styles." [6/8/2016]

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—The Indie Blender

"...you’ll be able to spend all summer with “Indonesia,” a downtrodden little indie-folk song that grooves to a sinister acoustic guitar." [5/31/2016]

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—Magnet Magazine

"Combining intricate finger-picking progressions and percussive guitar sounds over a mid-tempo solid beat, the 14 tracks on Lost In The Ebb come together to form a world influenced album." [5/27/2016]

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—Joshua Huver - The Bay Bridged

"It’s got a more suave, copacabana vibe written all over it." [5/25/2016]

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—Ears are Pricked

"...chock full of gorgeous, elegiac-sounding tunes whose subject matter runs from the personal to the otherworldly. A heavy Brazilian influence is found throughout, and the record goes wherever it pleases rather than where you expect it to."

—Matt Weir, Good Times Weekly

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