CONCERT PICK: "Daniel Bennett Group, a mix of jazz, folk, and trance: North Shore Public Library, 250 Route 25A, Shoreham, NY" -New York Times

"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)

"A myriad of fresh, accessible sounds uninhibited by traditional expectations."
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"Bennett has a genius for creating immediately affecting melodies, which the group then develops into small masterpieces"
- All About Jazz (Full Article)

Interview in Mercury Entertainment (Full Article)


Interview in Leavenworth Times (Full Article)

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

"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 in a manner that brings together elements of Steve Reich's minimalism."
-Cincinnati City Beat (Full Article)


"Daring musical trio who blends modern jazz, American folk, and experimental classical."
-Philly Mixtape (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)

"One of New York City's funniest and wittiest jazz crews." -New York Music Daily

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

"There are enough hooks, buoyant beats, and surprises to engage even casual music fans."
- New Haven Register (Full Article)