BAD ORANGE album
Reliant Tom's EP
HAPPY BIRTHDAY single
"Reliant Tom’s Bad Orange is one of those records that proves art is all in the details. Each of the album’s nine tracks are underscored by sparse, gritty electronic production that feels at once cold and analogue, creating a musical mise-en-scene for powerful vocal performances by vocalist Claire Cuny."
View -The Deli Magazine (NYC)
"Avant-pop duo, Reliant Tom, is nothing if not absolutely striking. The two-piece combines clever instrumentals and cutting edge musical tech with sultry vocals and sharp-tongued lyricism. View -The Deli Magazine (NYC)
"They constantly push genre boundaries to the limit with their experimental brand of avant-pop." -Artvoice
"Full of lush atmospheric tones that radiate with undeniable elegance" -Custom Made Music
"You can't help but be fascinated by Weber's sound design and composition sensibility as well as be captivated by
the haunting timbre of Cuny's voice" -Musical HeARTBeat
"Reliant Tom’s EP it is definitely an album I know I’ll find myself revisiting on late nights and early mornings." -No More Division
"...Reliant Tom shows their cyberpunk leanings and create a funky, futuristic spectacle that shines brightly. "
View - The Big Takeover
"An experimental piece with that intoxicating blend of avant-pop with beautifully constructed and pliable melodies."
View -Music & Riots Magazine
"This is music that will open up the door to your senses."
View -Firesquid Music Blog
"This is a sonically dynamic duo that demands to be recognized with their sheer musical senses and hook-laden darkly tinged tracks that leave the listener in a state of yearning."
"truly captivating musician with an eerie presence or a rock band that are just the coolest shit ever. Well that’s what this is, it really is a mix of the two." -Audiotox
"Feel the Garbage meets Portishead vibes" -Raised by Gypsies
The “nuanced connection between the movement and the music allowed the audience to be a part of an experience, not just witness a show.”
-Christopher Dolder speaking to The Daily Campus (SMU)