” Few recent releases approach the textural and musically detailed devotion of Musée Mécanique's debut long-player, Hold This Ghost…masterfully assembled like a musical ship-in-a-bottle via thrift store instruments, castaway equipment, and just about anything else the band could get their hands on.”
Portland Mercury, 01/01/2010
"An album for the ages"
The Oregonian, 01/01/2010
"A smooth puree of the epically sweeping soundscapes of Pink Floyd and the catchier acid-indie sensibilities of the Flaming Lips."<br />
LA City Beat, 01/01/2010
"With their soft voices and crafty arrangements, the music is a sort of airy folk style, not too far from Nick Drake, but with a constantly shifting array of instruments... I really enjoy the feel of this record- it seems they captured perfectly what they do best."
Tape Op Magazine, 01/01/2010
San Francisco Chronicle, 01/01/2010
Washington Times, 01/01/2010
“It is [the] ability to viscerally effect an audience that make[s] Musée Mécanique such a powerful, if unusual, folk force. Their shy yet florid debut is tinged with sadness, like a painted carousel sitting empty in winter, mourning for a time that they—or we—never even knew.”
“A layered, delicate take on folk, meticulously arranged with an ear for atmosphere and texture, with surprises unfolding every moment”<br />