On Omega La La, Rubblebucket takes a dramatic step forward with their sound, grafting their complex arrangements on the band's idiosyncratic take on indie pop with a dance edge.
'I would call them one of the year's most promising young bands - but they're already better than that.' - Paste
'Very few bands of the hipster generation care to challenge the confines of a song structure as vigorously and successfully as Rubblebucket does throughout Omega La La.' - CBS The Street Date
'...bobs along merrily with warmth and punch provided by muted brass, intrigue courtesy of the unexpected twists in the arrangements, and humor by a penchant for whistle solos. Fans of the Dirty Projectors will be pleased.' - Wall Street Journal
'A must-hear artist' - SPIN
'I liked 'Silly Fathers' for its 'I'm Coming Out'-like guitar and blithe vocals from lead singer Kalmia Traver.' - Stereogum