“The progressive rock album that Allan Holdsworth never made.”

René Yedema (Radio Xymphonia)

“Irvine just about revolutionizes the entire jazz-rock instrumental concept.”

Robert Silverstein (

“One of the best albums of 2013, across the board.”

DJ Markuss (Prog Rock Palace – KDVS 90.3 FM)

‘With “Next Stop” Irvine proves himself to be just as good as Holdsworth at his best, in both writing and performing.”

Joseph Shingler (

“Intelligently written progressive fusion: 14.5/16”

Warren Barker (Progression Magazine)

“A group that, ultimately, can become one of the most high-profile acts of this kind worldwide: 9/10”

Alfredo Tapia-Carreto (

“These are musicians that are worthy of global attention.”

MJ Brady (

“When, in 2011, a better sounding guitar CD is made, I’ll be very curious, because ‘Wait & See’ sounds so insanely good that ‘hi-fi’ is a understatement.”  

Erik Groeneweg (Progwereld)

“Wait & See is a fine album packed with jazz-rock class.”

Peppe Di Spirito (