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"Los Colognes make rootsy, country- and blues-tinged classic rock, music that ignores all recent trends and any ideas of coolness and just goes straight for being really good." - Stereogum
“Ann (Powers) and Jewly (Hight) call Los Colognes a Dire Straits revival, with yacht rock and jam-band seasoning. The band comes from Chicago, but would sound immediately at home next to 1970s Allman Brothers. ‘Backseat Driver’ is equal parts rollicking and smooth, making it perfect for a Nashville stage.” - NPR
"As always, Los Colognes wear their influences on their sleeves, yet in remarkably original and fresh ways. The Grateful Dead live on opener 'Baby, You Can’t Have Both', Dire Straits breathe deep on 'Golden Dragon Hut', and the swampy blues of the South are painted all over 'Drive Me Mad'. Still, it’s the band’s ability to seamlessly shift between these referential sounds and tighten it all into an accessible package of smooth tunes that makes Los Colognes who they are." - Consequence of Sound
“I spent Labor Day weekend in a cabin tending to a dingy charcoal grill that wouldn’t light properly, faced with the challenge of feeding seven other grown men. I wish I’d heard of this jam then. It’s got an Allman Brothers Band groove and the Grateful Dead’s irrepressible uncool; it’s a dad-rock appletini.” - Grantland premiering Baby, You Can’t Have Both video
"Start with a base of the Grateful Dead's early songwriting, sprinkle in a dash or two of Mark Knopfler's famous guitar tone, muddle in a bit of Dr. John, a hefty does of J.J. Cale's gumption, and serve it with the same Eat a Peach attitude of the Allman Brothers - all drowned in a tumbler of melted rye whiskey." - Southern Living
"What Los Colognes does best on Dos is finding the melody in the groove and running with it. The songs' melodies are so effortless, it is easy to surrender to them and them take the wheel, leaving you to settle into the carefree journey." - Tahoe OnStage