Reviews

Slug Magazine

This is the world Audrey Smilley pulls you into. This three-man, post-modern, neo-classical rock—with a constantly rotating drummer—is real life, or a life sometime ago. www.slugmag.com/local-music-reviews/audrey-smiley-self-titled/

Reach Provo Magazine

The thing that I really liked about this album was how much the music seemed to encapsulate rock n’ roll. It felt really pure and natural to me. I also love the redemption story behind the music. www.reachprovo.com/album-reviews/review-audrey-smilley-remaster-audrey-smilley/

No More Division

A blast from the past: this recent remaster of a decades-old Provo album made for a surprisingly pleasurable listen. www.nomoredivision.com/indie-music-album-reviews/audrey-smilley-audrey-smilley

Richard Danielson, Vintage Trouble

… Tight, very guitar driven garage rock, but also real solid on the drums, which is such a driving factor. Solid! … Wish there were more ‘bands’ slamming through tunes like this these days. I miss growing up in music where bands were King. Now it’s mostly solo artists.

BYU Daily Universe