Relying on a funky bass groove oriented sound, Sticky Pistil inject samples, clever guitar hooks, and vocals that utilize influences from just about any funk band you've ever heard, from Prince to P-Funk. Whether your musical taste runs from rap to hip-hop to funk, 'Hi-Fi Superfly' is a rollicking thrill ride of eclectic sounds. Doug Cornell, AMP3 review 'Hi Fi Superfly' is certainly one of the most ambitious records I've heard in a long time. It's funk mixed with a hefty dose of sampling and DJ work, a Little Rock guitar, and, most importantly, a set of messages to get behind..... Kevin Kreiner, MP3 Critic review Sticky Pistil delivers a crop of tunes that has music classifiers and catagorizers scratching their heads. The music has alot in common with the new layered funk and trip hop (a psychedelic offshoot of hip hop). Sticky Pistil's sound is like The Lo-Fidelity Allstars with Pigeonhead on a cyber date with Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart. Their new release, 'Hi-Fi superfly', has as much in common with urban R&B and rap as it does with the psychedeleic funk of the early 70's.... from The Taos News The bands ability to integrate a kind of nostalgic 'get down funky' psychedelic sound with cutting edge hip hop lyrics and beats and end up with a great rock and roll record will definately get 'hi-fi superfly' a place on the charts. Comparisons to Beck, the Chili Peppers and P-Funk should be enough to make you want to dance down to your local CD store and check em out. But save the gas and visit their website instead. This band definately has internet savvy ....from Off The Ground.