the herald-palladium: “Chirp approaches music with open ears”
“Like many young, Michigan bands Chirp can't be pigeon-holed into a single genre.”
-Jeremy D. Bonfiglio, November 2018
89.3 WHFR.FM Dearborn Live SEt/interview
Pulp Magazine: “dREAM WEAVERS: CHIRP AT TOP OF THE PARK”
“I read a book once where a young blind girl asked her friend what the color blue looked like. The friend replied that blue is the color you see before you go to sleep. I think Chirp might be the band that you hear when you start dreaming .”
-Nicole Holtzman, July 2018
Pulp Magazine: "Funky Flights: Chirp to welcome 2018 with a new album"
"Chirp keeps the spirit strong, striking a good working balance between tight, percussive, unison licks and spacious, freewheeling improvisational sections."
-Nicco Pandolfi, 12/12/17
Ann Arbor Observer:
"This band's long-form funk, jazz, and proggy rock numbers are tight and impeccably rendered, but the quartet's performance style is so laid-back that casual listeners may not realize just how good they are."
-Patrick Dunn, Nov 2017 Issue
Motown Mojo Live Podcast
Episode 93 - Acoustic Performance/Band Interview
Current Magazine: "VulfPunk - Vulfpeck and daft punk covers"
"I instantly dug the energy of Chirp. The Ann Arbor-based prog rock and funk-fusion quartet exudes the subtle, mellow, groovy exuberance in each of their songs and with room to blossom steadily and exquisitely across each song’s glide."
-Jeff Milo, March 2017
Current Magazine: "CHIRP IS TAKING THE STAGE WITH STORMY CHROMER"
"Chirp, a genre-hopping band, is taking Michigan by storm. Consisting of vocalist and guitarist Jay Frydenlund, guitarist Ken Ball, bassist Vijay Natarajan, and drummer John Gorine, these longtime friends have crafted their very own musical formula that has rocked out shows across Michigan."
-Antonio Cooper, March 2016