With clear influences from Amanda Palmer and 1920s speakeasy cabaret, Naama (Nemo) Waisel delivers theatrical and sorrowful stories from this Haifa ensemble's debut album. Nemo's piano dominates this cabaret which takes pleasure in testing its own limits. Although the notes are not extreme, the songs in the album do not conform with any contemporary musical trend. Instead, they take their own path, armed with a thundering piano, a dark atmosphere, and a vibe that doesn't give a damn about a mainstream playlist.” - Nitzan pincu

Calcalist, Israel , last segment- 10.06.19