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“The group transports us back to an era filled with the kind of vibrant hues favored by The Doors and Love while remaining very much of this moment and, ever so slightly, the future.” 


“[The Cuckoos’ EP] builds on the band's captivating blend of genres, evoking the 1960s through a contemporary lens.” 


“This retro-inspired four piece play classic late 60s-style acid rock with such authenticity, you’d never believe these guys were all born in the 90s.” 

-Culture Collide

“Rock n' Roll is still alive! And the revival lives on in this Austin-based band, The Cuckoos.” 

-Melted Magazine

“The Cuckoos are an Austin, Texas-based rock band who are beginning to make a name for themselves in the garage/psych rock genre of music.” 

-CBS Dallas

“[The Cuckoos] sizzles with a ton of swagger and promise.” 


“Haunting and heavy” 

-Crate Diggers

“Their brand of rock gives off this soulful, vintage vibe, while their style and attitudes reflect that same laid back comfort that has gone missing from so much of our modern music.” 

-Imperfect Fifth

“However you’d like to classify them is up to you, but what it boils down to is [The Cuckoos] are just a great young band that has a promising future.”

-Pancakes & Whiskey

“Imagine The Doors, Joy Division, and Rick James writing songs with Tame Impala and you start to get an idea of the rock and roll magic being conjured by Austin group The Cuckoos.”

-Glide Magazine

"A superbly talented quartet of young men, The Cuckoos create a masterful sound that is equal parts steeped in yesteryear and all parts modern.” 

-Cryptic Rock

“If [The Cuckoos] are writing tracks like this now imagine what’s next... it’s going to be good. Watch out for these guys.” 

-Indie Buddie

“Austin band The Cuckoos are taking the city by storm.” 

-Views From The Pit

“With groovy tones, rock power, and a voice that pulls us in like a cult of personality, The Cuckoos are on their way to national prominence, and perhaps even more.” 

-Pen’s Eye View

“I’ve never heard anyone combine The Velvet Underground, The Doors, The 13th Floor Elevators, and the Dandy Warhols in one, and still make it fresh and more fun than ever.” 

-Audio Fuzz