Whiskey Autumn Performs at OpenAir: Watch Session
"With a timeless electro-pop sound carried by fuzzy instrumentals and warm vocal harmonies that'll make you long for summer, Whiskey Autumn's Ice Cream in the Sun sounds like nothing coming out of Colorado right now."
"Electro-pop rock... a sound that’s a bit nostalgic, yet wholly original."
Top 10 List of Colorado Tiny Desk Submissions: "Catchy and satisfying electronic pop."
AXS Interview - Get to Know a Colorado Band: Whiskey Autumn
“The money-maker here is quite frankly the perfect vocal production in which harmonies ebb and flow with the music backing them, giving the distinct impression that they are not just the focus of Whiskey Autumn’s artistic expression but an integral part of the instrumentation.”
“As soon as you think you know the kind of song you’re listening to—in that way it’s so easy to hear a song as some autonomous sonic structure, disembodied—the three voices that make up Whiskey Autumn remind you that people and personalities are bringing you these tunes; they’re working within these familiar song structures—ranging from the kind of doo-wop that leaves beach sand all over the kitchen floor, to the rolling organ-thick tunes that kick up desert sand behind a cross-country car cutting through the South West—but all the while letting you know that it’s the people within the songs who’re singing to you.”
“With sing-songy, classic pop choruses and harmonies, Whiskey Autumn walks a line that allows them to dip their toes in a variety of genres, from indie pop to classic beach doo-wop, to hipster folk.”
“With their dreamy harmonies, inventive lyricism, and alluring instrumentalism, I’d sail on whiskey waves with these guys any night.”
"Everything [Whiskey Autumn] plays, especially the songs [they] write, seem to be reaching back in time. Not just the aesthetic, but the lyrics, the mood of the sound."
“Whiskey Autumn offers distinct, authentic songs and has no shortage of passion.”
“Early 60s pop and modern Americana that is dripping with sing-songy harmonies and hooks.”