"THAT IS TERRIFIC ...WHAT A PIECE OF WORK! THAT IS FABULOUS!"-, GENEVIEVE TUDOR BBC RADIO
"CATCH THEM WHEN YOU CAN"- -, GENEVIEVE TUDOR BBC RADIO
"MEN IN HARMONY "We’ve run music in Kirkcaldy for nearly 30 years and this is one of the finest bands we’ve heard. "Original and with superb harmony singing and instruments they bring a BIG wall of beautiful sound. "They envelope you in a wave of harmony and powerful voices and instruments. "They are truly wonderful. "We’ve got club members reeling at their magnificence! Do not miss this gig." -- Fiona Forbes, Kirkcaldy Acoustic Music Club
"The more you listen the more you hear, the more you hear the more you want to listen. The roots of this music spread wide, anchoring cua like a colossal tree giving them a strength a rigor and a real presence. Coastal Music looks to the horizon and is music without borders, traditional folk, jazz, classical music American, Roots music whatever it is, it is a vital music." - Marc Higgins, Northern Sky Magazine
"... a gripping spiritual / Irish trad crossover, which also hints at classical precision in it's guitar, fiddle and bouzouki ensemble playing." - Oz Hardwick, RNR magazine.
"I THINK ITS THE BEST" - FRANK HENNESSY CELTIC HEARTBEAT BBC RADIO WALES
"The point about anything that’s truly ‘different’ is finding that moment when unusual becomes singular rather than strange." "instruments, minutiae of melody, arrangements and three-part harmonies are uncompromising and innovative" " influence that interlaces, separates and coalesces" "The more you listen the more you hear ... the roots of heritage, explosions of jazz with bluesy overtones, Eastern Europe mixed with Americana, free-ranging snippets of avant garde, Irish tradition from both sides of the Atlantic, acapella .." "the album 'songs of the hollow" the band "cua"...you should look out for both. There are 15 tracks on the album each distinctive, different and equally impressive.
- Tim Carroll - folkwords.com
"...dynamic and contrasting instrumentation and vocal arrangements..."...-the best of music and film blogspot