"Upbeat acoustic rock anthems for people who [feel] marginalized for being shy, gay and/or brainy. Clever, funny, rockin' and weird."
- PHILLY VOICE, 6/21/16
"Everything I love about quirky powerpop/anti-folk all rolled into one band."
- RADIO AND RANTS, 6/5/08
"Band of the week . . . . It's music that's fun all over the place!"
- POP TARTS SUCK TOASTED, 2/21/08
"During the first listen [to The Search for Colonel Mustard] you'll be dancing, during the second listen you'll be trying to sing along, and after the third listen you die from an overpowering joygasm."
- KCSC RADIO, 10/25/07
"[The Search For Colonel Mustard is] a rip-roaring good time. What Ugly Betty is to television, Cheese on Bread is to music."
- NEXT MAGAZINE, 9/07
"On my tenth listening through [The Search for Colonel Mustard], I can't remember the last time I heard something so purely enjoyable."
- EXTERMINATING ANGEL PRESS, #16
"Easily one of the most unusual but enthralling discs I've heard in a while... nothing short of delightful."
- GAY & LESBIAN TIMES, #945
"It's genuine comedy to hear what sounds like Joan Baez and Raffi singing about sucking cock. Everything [on Maybe Maybe Maybe Baby] is so fluffy and adorable that you'd be inclined to hate them if they weren't actually funny."
- SPLENDID MAGAZINE, 10/5/2005
"[If] happiness were a sandwich, it would be Cheese on Bread."
- ERASING CLOUDS, 9/1/2005
"Twee as can be, Cheese on Bread explode with cuteness on their first CD."
- FAIRFIELD WEEKLY, 8/4/05
"Their funny and thought-provoking debut album proves to be an irresistible delight. Hilarious and quirky, each song addresses various topics, from their insatiable love of cheese products to the mating habits of penguins."
- TOLEDO FREE PRESS, 8/3/05
"Maybe Maybe Maybe Baby transcends its cutesy trappings, and it's hard to resist." - THE RALEIGH-DURHAM NEWS & OBSERVER, 7/29/05
"You'll laugh and dance at the same time."
- BETWEEN THE LINES, 6/2/05
"Their tenaciously nerdy tunes are a blend of encyclopedic facts and sassy, bloglike rants—many of which are surprisingly touching. Just think of it as comfort food with a kick."
- TIMEOUT NY, 5/23/05
"Antifolk sweethearts [Cheese On Bread] capture the moment with toe-tapping perfection, letting listeners eavesdrop on their banter as they deconstruct boyfriends and slag the vapid."
- The ADVOCATE, 2/5/05
"In books and on screen, deep friendships between straight women and gay men get plenty of play. In popular music, not so much. Cheese on Bread do it right."
- The CITY PAPER, 7/8/04
"The voices are high and soft, the melodies are warm and
catchy. An impressive debut from a pair of unabashed
- The CITY PAPER, 1/29/04
"Cheese On Bread is a peppy geek duo that sings funny,
catchy tunes a la They Might Be Giants."
- TIMEOUT NY
"Cheese On Bread are delightful, genuine and something
- LACH, anti-folk godfather
"I couldn't understand what they were saying, but I had a lot of fun."
- DR. WILLIAM D. PHILLIPS, Nobel-prize winning physicist
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