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"More than two decades after pop-savvy acid-eaters like John Lennon and Syd Barrett cracked the cosmic egg, this Sacramento songwriter slithered forth with a pure distillation of lyrical jabberwocky, brain-burrowing melody and mystical psych-guitar fuzz."
—SPIN Magazine, "The 100 Greatest Bands You've (probably) Never Heard"
"Sacramento's Barbeau is a force of nature, equal parts brilliant lyricist/superb showman/eccentric original/irreverent pop genius/unique melodicist/grand traditionalist/compelling stylist of contemporary power pop."
"The man in question is Anton Barbeau, cult hero and left-field maverick from Sacramento, California. Mind you, calling him a 'singer/songwriter' is a bit like calling Jimi Hendrix a 'strummer.' His songs are fervid, swarming, tangential and often humorous, but possessed of a compelling inner logic."
"Sacramento's Anton Barbeau... has a vaguely sinister mad-scientist voice and a downright genius for offbeat and lush songcraft, like a cross between Robyn Hitchcock, XTC, Dan Bern and Elvis Costello at his oddest."
—East Bay Express
"He's a bit of a genius and I think we need to adopt him as one of our own. This is brilliant music."
—BBC Radio, Oxford
"Despite the easy tag, Barbeau peddles neither pop nor psychedelia, it's power that's the important word. Though they're completely unrelated references, think of Julian Cope's sprawling Krautrock and Zappa's ironic everything as touchstones for how outsider music can get inside you and change the way you think, feel and hear. Barbeau deserves a place alongside them."
"If Martians landed, and decided to show Earth how to make precise, joyful, original music, it would probably sound like Anton Barbeau."
"Barbeau is a master storyteller with a flair for catchy hooks."
—Sacramento News and Review