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  • On Miracle Mile, Horvitz and The President “make something extremely hard to do seem easy,” said the Boston Globe, creating “a thoroughly modern style of their own that, praise be, doesn’t forget melody, harmony, and even catchy hooks.” The Chicago Tribune agreed, saying this album “reveals not only the band's avant-rock proclivities but also its deeper jazz roots and more romantic tendencies.”

  • On Miracle Mile, Horvitz and The President “make something extremely hard to do seem easy,” said the Boston Globe, creating “a thoroughly modern style of their own that, praise be, doesn’t forget melody, harmony, and even catchy hooks.” The Chicago Tribune agreed, saying this album “reveals not only the band's avant-rock proclivities but also its deeper jazz roots and more romantic tendencies.”

  • On Bring Yr Camera, Wayne Horvitz and his sextet “dip into blues and slide-guitar rock à la Little Feat,” said the New York Times, “along with mock-minimalist repetition, tinges of gamelan or Latin or Japanese music, and whatever else pops into mind.” The album was hailed as “fascinating” by the Times (UK), citing Horvitz’s “discreetly immaculate” keyboard playing.

  • Keyboardist Wayne Horvitz’s label debut displays his ability to “improvise, live, in ways that exploit the synthesizer's abstract sounds and timbre,” said the New York Times. He is joined by such downtown compatriots as Bill Frisell and Bobby Previte for a set that “slithers between jazz, rock and downtown classical music.”