She is quirky, sometimes a daydreamer, and elegant all in one. Picture the subtleness of Aimee Mann with the chaos of Lisa Germano. Maccabee straddles this fine line masterfully by not getting too folky or too obscure with her sound. She has a striking supple voice that wraps around the music like a warm blanket straight out of the dryer.
– Jonathan Tuttle, September 2010, InnocentWords.com
Maccabee’s moaning, melancholy solos and tight interplay with her band mates gave the music greater flow and depth.”
–Forrest Dylan Bryant ⋅ September 6, 2009 ⋅ Jazz Observer