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  • Their style of writing and level of execution really show that this is a band that will also be around for quite some time. Said very simply; short, sweet & worth the repeat.
    Jer, SBS
  • Listening to Swami Lushbeard will only expand your musical horizons as this band does not stick to musical norms as many musicians seem to do today. Check out A Burning Desire to feel what these guys feel and to explore yourself as well.
    Jordan Mafi, www.tunagemagazine.com
  • It is almost impossible to classify the music of Swami Lushbeard by genre. I heard many genres and eras in their material, making this EP a breath of fresh air in the world of over-produced, auto-tuned, computerized recordings.
    Tom Lohrmann, www.tomlohrmannmusic.com
  • Overall Swami Lushbeard is a powerfully strong unit and seem to have full control of their music, making everything sound really catchy and inspiring on “A Burning Desire”. 
    Rick Jamm, www.jamsphere.com
  • "Sometimes a band of talented musicians will have the same ideals in more than just music and great ideas can be hatched. This seems to be the situation with the fabulously named Swami Lushbeard."
    Indie Band Guru
  • "With brilliant and relevant lyrics which speak to our daily struggles & dreams, Swami Lushbeard takes it to the next level with a welcomed and refreshed take on rock & roll music, which is not commonly found as it once was".
    Randy Warner, R-Train Mgnt
  • “If Better Than Ezra was infused with the Stone Temple Pilots, Swami Lushbeard would be the result. Like a tidal wave that just keeps getting bigger, this band will flood your senses”.
    Tom Laurie, Erebus Entertainment
  • “With this album (Who You Were?) containing fourteen tracks of rock music that hit the hour mark, there are plenty of musical moments on the release that will make any pop/rock music lover happy".
    Matheson Kamin, Rock & Roll Report
  • “There is clearly an overabundance of talent that lies within this group. Their unique way of perceiving and playing music will endear them to listeners”.
    Rhonda Readence, Review You