“Key of V is fresh-sounding, slightly off the wall and enjoyable.” (August 3rd, 2012)

“[Q]uirky, populist folk tunes that often include self-aware nods to their craft.”
-Jayme Baxley, The Daily Courier, (May 18, 2012)

“The group is, needless to say, anything but ordinary.”
-Julia Hatmaker, The Patriot News (March 15, 2012)

“They fight their songs with Alanis-like rambling, bursts of energy that bring Patti Smith to mind, and transitions that would make David Bowie proud.”
– Matthew Parrish, Williamsport Art Blog (Nov 22, 2008)

“I’ve heard people compare them to The McGarrigle Sisters and half a dozen upstart female urban psychedelic folkies, but Key of V is in their own irresistible universe.”
– Goth Woman, (Apr 25, 2010)

“[W]hen people see their instruments – an acoustic guitar and a viola – they tend to think Key of V is a folk band. The assumption is understandable, if laughable for those familiar with the band.”
– C.A. Keller, The Williamsport Sun Gazette (Aug 17, 2009)


“Key of V sounds like themselves and that is so fresh in a time of constant copies of musical artists.
Grammy-Award Winning Drummer Steve Mitchell

“[S]urrounded by a sonic topography of witty samples, thrift store technology and sci-fi guitars and violin. Their abstract soundscape is mile-marked by skillful, pure and diligently unforgettable pop songs.”
– Singer at Large, Johhny J. Blair



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