“Euphoric, inspired and infectious…This is Americana at its most peripatetic, a feast of Cosmic American Music that dares to travel wherever it likes.” Uncut

“With roots in the Southern soul of Little Feat and Allman Brothers Band, One Eleven Heavy like to take the circuitous route. Double-tracked guitar leads take more pleasure in the journey than the destination.” Mojo

“”The three-part harmonies are the salt of the earth, the rhythm section’s rock solid and the interplay between guitars and keyboards is intricate…Desire Path has everything a great album needs.” Shindig

“One Eleven Heavy not only know their Grateful Dead/Allman Brothers/Gram Parsons stuff inside out but are able to combine all those sounds into a compact, brilliantly played and sung whole.” Soundblab

“The mind really starts to blur beyond its reasoning capabilities thanks to the funky final track which jitters away at the crossroads between Santana, Captain Beefheart, Pere Ubu, polyrhthmic afrojazz, and a dizzying spell of heatstroke. -The Quietus