Also, some German website reviewed our EP. We don't know the people who reviewed it and we don't know how they heard of us. Either way, we think it is awesome.
You can view the website with the German text here
And here is the google translated version into English:
Blues, swing and jazz with a touch of garage rock Rags To Radio play from the Canadian Abbotsford. With their first EP "With Gratitude" it could succeed to become known through out the Vancouver region.
Swing is a delicate music, where everything depends on finesse and accuracy. Most of punk and rockabilly bands, rejoin the American swing revival of the past have failed to achieve Coming Bands. Which does not mean that their boards would have been bad. For grooving and dancing against a charming rock music with a retro-feeling one can really have no objection. But real Swing seldom arises.
Rags to Radio play more in that corner. And they do very well when the five songs of their second EP takes as an example: garage rock with temporary jazz trumpet, I would rather say, as a jazz or blues or even Swing. Brings back memories of some numbers from the White Stripes - if they had played with as a "real" line-up. Or even at times of retro-rock swinger like Royal Crown Revue (Cup Of Tea - anyway, the highlight of the disc) and The New Morty Show. That's consistently fun and curiosity to a complete album.
After Rags to Radio in 2010 occurred at the Olympic Winter Games in different sports facilities from Vancouvcer, they should be with "With Gratitude", the step from the "province " succeed out.