—If It's Too Loud...
"There’s old-style pop music, British twee… all sorts of ingredients put together into an album that, while not sounding like it all matches, still feels like a complete package."
—A Journal of Music Things
"Fun with 80s sounds."
"The embodiment of pure pop perfection"
—Meredith Schneider, Imperfect Fifth
"Just might pull you out of your “first half of the week” rut." [3/26/19]
—Zoe Orion, A Journal of Music Things
"This super cute indie pop track inspired by a character from Jack Kerouac’s On The Road features acoustic guitar, flute, trumpet, piano, and layered background vocals so there’s not much more you could ask for." [3/7/19]
"Son of Mystery is a beautifully crafted slice of poetry with a lush layered backdrop of guitars, pianos, flute and trumpet. You cannot help but to be beguiled and blown away." [3/3/19]
—Super World Indie Tunes
"This one is made in the shade so cut the gas, tune in and drop out." [2/27/19]
—Pip Williams, The Line of best Fit
"'Son of Mystery' reveals his ability to create an atmosphere that's utterly unique in the current climate, tranquil and vigorous in equal measure and almost orchestral in places – flute solo, anyone? [2/21/19]
— Louis-Henri de la Rochefoucauld, Technikart
“Orouni could be Neil Hannon’s cousin: the same sense for melody, and carefully crafted arrangements, the same English elegance.”
“Perfect pop music.”
“Orouni’s carefully crafted arrangements are marked by an easy-going flow and a sense for melody”
—Sean Michaels, Said the Gramophone
“Thank god for persistent and consistent Orouni.”