CD Reviews for Pandemonium

 

Ear to the Ground
November 1st, 2015 "Moors & McCumber are seasoned veteran songwriters. From the outset of their latest album Pandemonium, it is evident that these talented songwriters have been at it for a while. The maturity in their voices, the ease of their songs, and the overall feeling..." [more...]

 

Music News
By David Spencer
June 30th, 2015
If you were one of many Americana fans excited by the reforming of the original line-up of The Jayhawks four years ago, but then left disappointed by the subsequent album and inevitable break up, then like a summer breeze blowing through a heatwave, Moors & McCumber arrive bringing sweet relief.... [more...]

 

Music Street Journal
By G. W. Hill
May 27th, 2015
This is a strong disc from start to finish. [more...]

 

Dancing About Architecture
By Dave Franklin
April 25th, 2015
"Nothing less than a sweeping collection of songs that sound like a master class in western folk-roots traditions." [more...]

 

Houston Music Review
By James Killen
April 4th, 2015
" I think that M&M fans and Jayhawks fans would find this disc worth the investment in time and money. Any time that these guys book a gig near you, make an effort to get there. You won't be disappointed." [more...]

 

All Whats Rock
By Jay Snyder
March 27th, 2015
The folk revival has been running rampant across America right now. Some of it’s hot and some of it’s not, just like any genre that experiences a resurrection long after its golden era. Along comes Moors and McCumber, a pair of Midwesterners who are rabid to do the genre justice, and justice they do it across the twelve tracks of Pandemonium, an album chockfull of wistful multi-instrumentalism, Appalachian vocal harmonies and songwriting straight from the heart. Dylan, Guthrie and Earle are the names that come to mind whenever their enchanting tunes come full blast out of a good set of stereo speakers. [more...]

 

Gashouse Radio
By Montey Zike
March 27th, 2015 Pandemonium is without a doubt one of the year’s best records. In a world crowded with pop, radio rock, rap and techno, honest to God songwriters are hard to come by. Moors and McCumber are taking the movement back for all of the greats who toiled away to see their hard work usurped by digestible pop. No music fan should miss this masterpiece.
Rating: 9/10 [more...]

 

Indiemunity
By Melissa Collins
March 27th, 2015
"this record is entertaining from the first song to the last. No filler here, each track is a display of true musicianship as you’ll hear several unconventional instruments like accordion, cello, banjo and many more. Kort and James switch it up with the instruments creating massive melodies. Their voices are magnificent and harmonize beautifully. Perhaps there’s no shortage of singer/songwriter duos, but Pandemonium proves that Moor and McCumber are in a league of their own."
9/10 Stars [more...]

 

Vents Magazine
By Scott Prinzing
March 26th, 2015 "As country music adapts to other forms of the genre, such as Americana, etc… Moors & McCumber stay ahead of the curve." [more...]

 

Ctrl Alt Country
March 2015
For me personally one of the most pleasant surprises of the past weeks, the American duo Moors & McCumber.

 

"I know from personal experience the magic of finding that perfect musical partner. James and Kort complete each other...they fill in each others blanks and that makes for really really great music" Gary Louris - The Jayhawks