"VOLK... make a kind of raw music that we are unaccustomed to hearing in our modern age. Their first release feels like a
masterpiece – a four-song window into wild and fertile universe where the ghosts of all the singers trapped on crackling 78s
mingle hand-in-hand with the most soulful rock and roll musicians the world has ever heard."
Tom Tom Magazine (#22: The Touring Issue)
"Saddles you up in the harsh world of the Wild West before the band pulls up in their hot rod and tells you to get in"
Digital Wheat Paste (May, 2017)
"Scheming lyrics, driving beats, cocky guitar parts, and an energy that can be felt half a world away.
It’s all on display here and it’s just fantastic."
Sound Gaze, Doug Nunnally (March 2016)
"The music is retro without being regressive, playing with conventions and tones like Tarantino in his own cinematic
visions of the West. It is music that sounds like it came from a place way back when but couldn’t have been written any
other time but now."
Schlur Magazine (February 2016)
"[VOLK]create music that fits them and not the requirements for music trends of today."
My Random Jukebox (February 2016)
"No frills, no unnecessary production. It’s rock and roll in a pure, unadulterated form."
Tilting Windmill Studios (January 2016)
"...VOLK has a great minimal sound for anyone looking for an Americana sound without any frills or gimmicks to it."
Sound Gaze, Doug Nunnally (August 1st, 2015)
"...I felt like I was speeding down a dirt road in a vintage convertible with the sun beating down on my neck. Eleot ruled the drum
set like a kick-ass Karen Carpenter, and Chris could play the guitar as if he sold his soul to the Devil down in Georgia for his
amazing gift. They played unapologetically loud and had the perfect amount of energy to kick things off for the night. "
Berlin Logs (Full Article)
"Both have been living in Berlin for the last two and a half years. But they couldn’t be more far away from the stereotype o
modern cities...With sweat and calloused hands they create sturdy Country Rock'n'Roll."
Fever Creek Festival (Full Profile)