Quotes & Reviews...
"You guys knocked it out of the park with that album (00:00) and the re-imagined songs out of the Warner catalog is stunning. Absolutely, a fantastic job!!!." ~ David Georgeff (Warner/Chappell)
"I wanted to let you know that we (Samsung) love the songs and sound of Zeroes and that the bands album is now being featured in many retail stores across the country. We are showcasing you guys on a few of our devices (Family Hub Refrigerator, Samsung Tablet S3 and then streaming Zeroes at our own Samsung experience retail stores through our headphones). Thanks again for being such a great partner with us and we look forward to continuing this partnership moving forward!" ~ Meghan Puhl (Samsung)
"Haven’t heard a voice like that since the Killers entered the scene. Zeroes station on Pandora is now a go-to for daily music listening. Live show is also a must-see. Loving this stuff!" ~ David Pryzgoda (Pandora Radio)
"My kid and I have been listening to the (Zeroes) album in the car Non-Stop... He really digs it too! Well done." ~ Dan Kanopka, (drummer of OkGo)
"On “Machines and Magnets”, Zeroes create a powerful sort of rock that builds off the blueprint laid by acts like Muse and Wolfmother. A more contemplative and thoughtful approach taken by the vocals spin this single out in a bold new direction. There is a great breadth of styles and sounds broached here, ensuring that listeners will continue to find nuance even five or ten listens in. While this cut concludes a bit after the four-minute mark, Zeroes are able to jam so many twists and turns in, that the resulting track feels like a ten-minute epic. Each element of Zeroes contributes to great effect during Machines and Magnets, making this a stellar, rock-radio-worthy effort." ~ James McQuiston (editor @ NeuFutur)
"A song as inconsistent and surprising as yesterday’s election, Zeroes are back with their new clip for “Machines and Magnets”. The video for “Machines and Magnets” is a high energy piece that shines a spotlight not only on the ambitious, inventive sounds of Zeroes, but also of the fluid art of the human body. The energy of Tony and Daniel in this video is undeniable, but the addition of dancer Louis Gordon, whose performance of pop and lock dance, turns the video from a simple performance piece into a genre-stretching exercise. The band says “it was fun to work with another fantastic artist and blend styles without genre limitations.” It’s this sort of artistic leap of faith that has guided Zeroes from the beginning and has once again proved invaluable to their blossoming career. The inspiration is as real as it comes and never leaves the listener on the outside looking in. This is a journey for everyone involved." ~ RJ Frometta (editor at Vents Magazine)