“Beautiful… #chills”

— Ann Powers of NPR Music 


“Unique voices and rare musicians"
—Eric Funk, PBS 

Max Hatt / Edda Glass’s award-winning original music has taken them across the country from NPR and PBS to New York City’s Lincoln Center, D.C.’s Kennedy Center, the Sundance Film Festival, and Wilco's Solid Sound, including tours funded by Jazz Road/Doris Duke/Mellon Foundations. New York Theatre Guide calls Glass’s voice “one of a kind...you cannot confuse her with another artist,” while Hatt's guitar work has “an incomparable spook” according to Nashville Scene. Hailed as “unique,” “evocative,” “mesmerizing,” “haunting,” “cinematic,” not to mention “elegantly funky,” the combined effect of Max Hatt / Edda Glass is a swoon-inducing soundscape that “creates a vastness within its quiet,” making “one feel both lost and found, all at once."


“A unique sound.”
— Larry Groce, NPR Mountain Stage

“Decidedly different."
— PopMatters

“Like hand-printed photographs that speak and sway, the material is hypnotic…" 
— Lizz Wright

"Exquisite, evocative music."
— John Platt of WFUV

"Subtly poignant, elegantly funky, and haunting without trying to be.”
— Nels Cline, Wilco

“Ocean of Birds captures a moment in time and releases it in one lovely breath.”
— That Mag

“Mesmerizing… cinematic folk-jazz”
— ASCAP’s Playback Magazine at Sundance Film Festival

"True elegance."
— Daytrotter

"...an incomparable spook. " 
— Nicole Atkins, Nashville Scene 

“Their lyrics/ instrumentals encapsulate the confusing sentiment of feeling both lost and found, all at once.”
— New York Theatre Guide

“Music that creates a sense of vastness within its quiet.”
— Yes Weekly, John Adamian