"If you're looking for an album that lifts your intelligence rather than insulting it, then listen closely to Noise Floor Delirium's "Life Street Closed." The music is a brilliant tour de force that is at once calming and intoxicating. The songs boast a fascinating mix of melodies which range from a nod to Tom Waits, to snatches of art rock and psychedelia, capped by stunningly exploratory lyrics that touch on historical myths on up to digital paranoia. I heard everything from a Radiohead-goes-Appalachia fusion, to a Bowie "Space Oddity" side trip, to hints of vintage Pink Floyd and Leonard Cohen, plus some mandolin-etched folk-country. You don't find albums like this much anymore, so be thankful it has crossed your path."
-Steve Morse / former staff music critic for the Boston Globe for 28 years who now teaches Rock History at Berklee College of Music / November 16, 2022
"Few others can take the rock and roll sound so far afield of where it’s been and still come up with such gripping music."