"...a delicious psych-prog rock cocktail that tastes so good you know it must be dangerous."
– ELEVEN PDX
THE PORTLAND MERCURY: ALBUM REVIEW 1.10.18
Album Review & Notable Show Pick 1/16/18
"Anthony Medici and Cory West craft nasal vocal harmonies reminiscent of
the Posies’ Jon Auer and Ken Stringfellow, but they’re also way more adept
than your average Big Star votaries, as evidenced by the technical bombast
of “Too Much!” and the staggering “Disappearing Ink,” which re-imagines
Yes’ Fragile as a shoegaze landmark. MORGAN TROPER
My, What A Busy Week! Show Recommendation 4/4/16
"LiquidLight combine shreddy metal technique and heart-on-sleeve
pop-punk emoting for a unique take on contemporary rock." NED LANNAMANN
The results are in! LiquidLight, chosen as Portland Best Emerging band of 2015, by Deli readers and fans! A spotlight on Portland talent of all genre and style.
Song debut & album announcement
Get Up/Get Around song debut
"By experimenting with those traditional influences, LiquidLight’s latest single broadens their fan base by catering to those who lived during the days gone by with an authentic alternative music as well as the impressionable Portland youth whose taste is, essentially, yet to be determined. "
"LiquidLight kind of sound like you’re tripping acid with REM while listening to a mix of Replacements and Pink Floyd records."
WILLAMETTE WEEK: Show Feature
By Casey Hardmeyer of Parachute PR, Bunk Bar, 5/28/15
"Portland janglers LiquidLight fuse together the best elements of the mid ‘80s psych-revival from both sides of the Atlantic, culling equally from the downer-haze of American Paisley Underground acts, and the gentle chime of British C86ers. Their second EP, Reactionary, released this past January, finds the group adding new clarity to their sound, with tightly-wound coils of guitar-shimmer and razor-sharp vocal hooks. LiquidLight share the bill with San Fran-based shoegaze-y goth-rockers Future Twin, making this show a match made in ‘80s alt-rock heaven."
Reactionary EP Release Show January 2015
"...the (songs) hint at a band with tremendous potential as a pop-rock powerhouse. Put 'em on your radar now, before they're on everyone else's. "