We're not great at describing ourselves, so we'll let these fine people speak for us:

"...positively infectious and leaves you wanting more...the attention to detail placed on the melody of each track and pacing of the entire album is impeccable...the smart songwriting, the crisp melodies, players who can execute and then some, and the subtle touch of a leader who knows how to tie it all together" Tom Volk -

"Big Trouble is one of the best Americana albums I've heard in 2011." Chris Conaton -

"Over the past several decades, the definition of bluegrass has continually expanded from its origins with Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys. The new album Big Trouble from The Dang-It Bobbys, which hit shelves September 20th, further stretches that definition." John Goad - Bluegrass Today

"...excellent bluegrass instrumentals with catchy hooks and finger snapping rhythms that bring to mind a sunny summer day." Shawn Underwood -

"The Brooklyn based band combines organic acoustics that travel the world of music with lyrics that take the world, make it smaller and way more personal." Featured Artist of the Week 11/1/11 - The Alternate Root

"lovely riffs on bluegrass, country and folk music, one form merging into the other" Roslyn Sulcas - The New York Times

"good music" The New Yorker - The New Yorker

"The Dang-it Bobbys do airtight yet still luminous roots rock; their slower numbers are cool, but we like their breakneck rockabilly tunes best." Time Out New York - Time Out New York

"Say Goodbye," by The Dang-It Bobbys, features a couple guitars, a banjo that's not afraid to sail out, laid back percussion and soaring vocal harmonies the whole way through. It's a little bit country and a little bit rock and roll. Aisha Burns -

"The Dang-it Bobbys ... a band that gets an award for one of the best band names of all-time" Mike Farley -

"The Dang-It Bobbys mixed sweet guitar melodies with bluegrass, country and hints of jazz to excellent effect. The plucking of Luca Benedetti on a guitar is mightily impressive and Kris Bauman's voice is well suited, clear and soaring." Jeremy Kotin -

"It's Americana music in the best sense of the words: a melting pot of tender and jubilant styles resulting in a final product that can be recognized by many different genres but not truly claimed by any." Aly Petteruti - The Official Blog of Postcrypt Coffeehouse