The production of the whole [We Are Who We Are] album is very strong, it sounds beautiful all the way through. As usual, Tony's guitar work has that subtle complexity I've always enjoyed. Vixy is just amazing, I can't get over how powerful and expressive her voice is. And as good as synth patches are these days, there is nothing quite like the sound of real strings on a track. Sunnie and Betsy's musicianship adds so much to every song, and the mixing makes them shine. All of the guest musicians were great. Blake Hodgetts' piano just sparkles. Brian Richardson on drums and Chris Clark on bass were awesome.
- David Muzzy

Upcoming Shows
Sat Nov 10, Portland
Orycon 2018

Vixy and/or Tony can also be found on these other albums by various artists, contributing to each one in a different way, such as being in the band, adding voices, adding guitar parts, mixing, engineering, or production:

Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff: Retro Rocket Science Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff: Aliens Ate my Homework Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff: Möbius Street Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff: Grated Hits Seanan McGuire: Stars Fall Home Seanan McGuire: Pretty Little Dead Girl Seanan McGuire: Red Roses and Dead Things Nancy Louise Freeman: Stardust County Blake Hodgetts: Blindsight Rozalind MacPhail: Seattle Sessions Rozalind MacPhail: Edgework Adam Selzer: Clark Street Carols Adam Selzer: Geeks Gone Wild in Chicago Done the Impossible Brooke vs. John: Steel Cage Match SJ Tucker: Quartered: Songs of Palimpsest SJ Tucker: Walk the Wire: literal internet singles Tricky Pixie: Mythcreants SJ Tucker: Mischief Molly Lewis: The Same Old Songs, but Live Molly Lewis: Thanksgiving vs. Christmas