"Bennett makes hay with an airy approach that's buoyant enough to conjure notions of East African guitar riffs & Steve Reich's pastoral repetition."
- Village Voice (Full Article)
 
"Daniel Bennett airs his lilting, potentially 
hypnotic compositions"
- Timeout New York (Full Article)




"Refreshingly capricious and trippy jazz melodies." 
-Yahoo Voices




"Bennett draws on the inspiration of folk music and the classic American minimalism of Steve Reich, Philip Glass, and Terry Riley."
- Boston Phoenix (Full Article)


"Cheerful, optimistic and without a shred of irony!"
- Jazz Weekly (Full Article)



"Daniel Bennett has established himself in the New York scene as a triple threat."
- Rochester City News (Full Article)


"Melodies that stick in your brain."
- Step Tempest (Full Article)
 

"The Daniel Bennett Group describes it's sound as Jazz, American Folk, and Minimalism."
Litchfield County Times (Full Article)


"A myriad of fresh, accessible sounds uninhibited by traditional expectations."
- JazzReview.com (Full Article)
 

"Bennett has a genius for creating immediately affecting melodies, which the group then develops into small masterpieces"
- All About Jazz (Full Article)

"The Manhattan-based bandleader's intoxicating blending of experimental Folk-Jazz."
-Hartford Courant (Full Article)


"Smooth, energetic, and fun! Rochester is in for an absolute treat with a visit by the Daniel Bennett Group."
-Rochester Democrat & Chronicle (Full Article)  



 
 
 
"Bennett is a modernist New York Jazz musician who plays saxophone and flute in a manner that brings together elements of Steve Reich's minimalism and repetition."
-Cincinnati City Beat (Full Article)





"Beautiful enough to delight a child!"
-International Review of Music (Full Article)



"Bennett combines a feel-good folky vibe with intense minimalist-inspired loops."
- The Jazz Word (Full Article)


"This might be the first genuine musical equivalent to a Wes Anderson film." 
- Between Sound & Space (Full Article)
 


"Combining folkloric elements with the minimalist chord progressions of Steve Reich and Philip Glass.
- Jazz Police (Full Article)


"Bennett takes his unique brand of trance-like improvised soundscapes to subliminal new heights."
- Best Saxophone Website Ever (Full Article)

"Diametrically opposed to most of the jazz of the Downtown scene. Not like any other horn player out of NYC."
- Something Else Reviews (Full Article)