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"[My Little Hum] turn the simple formula of guitar, bass, drums, and vocals into carefully layered tunes." [10/5/2017]

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—Derk Richardson - Alameda Magazine

"Chiming guitars, lovely overdubbed vocal harmonies, and wonderfully active McCartney-esque bass are just some of the hallmarks of this nine-song collection." [10/7/2017]

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—Bill Kopp - Musoscribe

"'Rise Over Run' has this vintage 90’s garage rock vibe, and is just oozing with cool." [10/4/2017]

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—Kerriann Curtis - Word Krapht

"Yuri's voice is sugar sweet. imagine Saint Etienne's Sarah Cracknell ditching the electrics." [10/6/2017]

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—I Don't Hear A Single

"Fresh and catchy pop songs with bright guitars, vocal harmonies and lyrics that stick in your head." [9/10/2017]

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—Olivia Bouchard - Glamglare

"“Rise Over Run” balances a rock noisiness with some curious, math-inflected content on the lyrical side, delivered honestly and coolly by Yuri." [8/23/2017]

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—Magnet Magazine

"Equal parts expressive guitar technique and mesmeric pop distillation, the band runs through these sounds with a carefree attitude, borrowing and rearranging bits of noise and tonality as they see fit." [7/21/2017]

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—Joshua Pickard, Nooga

"Those whose tastes lean toward smooth female vocal harmony (in a rock idiom) will dig the songs, and anyone who requires some tasty lead guitar work will find it – judiciously applied, employing a quality-over-quantity approach – on nearly every song." (The Hollyhocks) [5/14/12]

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—Bill Kopp, Musoscribe

"Maintaining soft-spoken vocals and a slow, steady pace throughout its length, Understories creates just enough of that coffee shop vibe without becoming annoying." (The Hollyhocks) [5/14/12]

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—Alessandra Donnelly, The Aquarian Weekly

"The results are obvious as the songs range in texture and intensity, but always capture that unique hint of Oakland flavor with a pinch of optimism and a dash of darkness." (The Hollyhocks) [4/19/12]

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—Radio Valencia

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