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Sorne

“It’s as if Freddie Mercury, David Byrne, an early David Bowie, Afrika Bambaataa, and the Cure’s Robert Smith had gotten together and had a baby. He (Morgan Sorne) is an enigma, chanting like an ancient tribesman, stomping like he’s dancing for rain, and whirling like a helicopter, while his voice scales the ranges of the mesmerizing and hypnotic, to almost unnaturally Edith Piaf high notes.” -Stephen Macmillan Moser of Austin Chronicle

SORNE sounds of the future gawking at you with a gaping mouth, fearlessly and enveloped in mysticism. They will make you lose your mind. – Red River Noise

A wonderful brand of twisted, deeply textured abstract pop. Sonically and conceptually it reaches beyond genre definition. – Bowlegs Music

Nonconformist in nature, brilliant in execution. This is absolutely phenomenal in every sense of the word. Music cannot get more unique and authentic as this.– Sputnik Music

A conceptual, wide screen epic that unfolds in shivering awe. – Doug Freeman of the Austin Chronicle

Echoes of Tv on the Radio’s ghostly pop. – San Francisco’s Bold Italic

Sounds like Anthony and the Johnsons inhabiting the more esoteric realms of the Mars Volta. – Austin Powell of the Austin Chronicle

Somewhere in the same realm as Yeasayer’s psychedelic pop. – Austin 360

I definitely recommend going to the show and witnessing the otherworldly artistic performance for yourself. – OVRLD

Theatrical creativity at its finest. This one deserves your complete attention. – Austin Music Weekly

Completely blown away. – Peel Post

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