“Marshall moves through the world in a stream of poetry, words flowing from his pen and exhaling from his guitar as naturally as the sun shines on cotton fields” Christian Wallace (Texas Monthly)
“Damn. There is sunlight here I haven’t seen in years. The warm tones and gold hues emanating from Marshall Anderson‘s second full-length release, Beautiful Infinite Wonderful, are a reflection of everything the Austin-based songwriter embraces across the folk spectrum, from pop elements to jazz-influenced sounds. And his sun-soaked poetic folk owes a lot to the inspiration of iconic artists like Joni Mitchell and Bob Dylan, as well as the talented Adrienne Lenker of Big Thief. It’s as if Anderson’s contemporary style is connected to memories from another age, a quite natural flow of well-crafted Americana with a powerful nostalgic draw.” Laurie Gallardo (KUTX 98.9 Austin)
Honey Bandit was formed during the Spring of 2021 in a cedar grove in Northwest Montana. After meeting at a brewery job, guitar man CJ and drummer Vinnie recruited their two friends, Ash on bass, and Sarah on vocals/guitar, to fill out the sound they were developing. Like most bands, they hate labels- but some have called it psych rock, while some say it’s reminiscent of the 90’s – even touching on surf rock. Regardless, all of their varied influences come out when they bring their high energy to the stage.
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