WHAT THE PRESS SAYS
“The Geordie Approach seem to have tapped into the drone-laden psychedelism of` the noise underground, while keeping a foot in the heavy acid-funk of On The Corner-era Miles. The result is a little like Scorch Trio and Supersilent playing dance tunes for brain damaged ravers...Call it noise-funk, if you like" (Daniel Spicer, Jazzwise, issue 114, nov. 2007).
“the players pursue their incessant and tribal-metallic drumming, funky guitar acrobatics with heavy doses of distortion, and inspired noisy ambient-grooves; but all sounding as though converging organically into one close musical sphere...Original and daring.”...(Eyal Hareuveni , Allaboutjazz.com).
”[…] undoubtedly, one of the best concerts that took place there since the start of Combat Jazz Series organized by Clean Feed. The Anglo-Norwegian The Geordie Approach gave a magnificent example of how art music of our time follows an impulse defined as the “de-territorialisation” of their own musical forms and substances”....“In short, what we heard in SMUP was “an act”, in the middle, of this endless artistic search, civic and human which we call freedom”. (Rui Eduardo Paes, jazz.pt).