Press

“The progressive rock album that Allan Holdsworth never made.”

René Yedema (Radio Xymphonia)

“Irvine just about revolutionizes the entire jazz-rock instrumental concept.”

Robert Silverstein (MWE3.com)

“One of the best albums of 2013, across the board.”

DJ Markuss (Prog Rock Palace – KDVS 90.3 FM)

‘With “Next Stop” Irvine proves himself to be just as good as Holdsworth at his best, in both writing and performing.”

Joseph Shingler (Prognaut.com)

“Intelligently written progressive fusion: 14.5/16”

Warren Barker (Progression Magazine)

“A group that, ultimately, can become one of the most high-profile acts of this kind worldwide: 9/10”

Alfredo Tapia-Carreto (Manticornio.com)

“These are musicians that are worthy of global attention.”

MJ Brady (ProGGnosis.com)

“When, in 2011, a better sounding guitar CD is made, I’ll be very curious, because ‘Wait & See’ sounds so insanely good that ‘hi-fi’ is a understatement.”  

Erik Groeneweg (Progwereld)

“Wait & See is a fine album packed with jazz-rock class.”

Peppe Di Spirito (Arlequins.it)

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