Foxy low-slug pop sung by Siamese Opera Singers.

Opening with a staccato synthesizer line, the dramatic “No King” blooms into a tale of betrayal and revenge sung through lush, layered vocals. “Coldblood” feels moody and ominous, unfurling at its own unhurried pace. “Pillcauzbee” has more of a natural swing, and taps into the duo’s love of R&B and brass instruments.
— - Baltimore Sun, "Baltimore duo Outcalls take control with new EP, 'No King'

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The angelic vocal pairings of leaders Britt Olsen-Ecker and Melissa Wimbish... will keep you on your toes with kicking drums and a notable flicks of a baseline. Sure to be incredible live.
— Brightest Young Things, "Openers You Must See"
Combining lush chamber vocals with a robust layering of electronic and acoustic sound, opera singers Melissa Wimbish and Britt Olsen-Ecker create their own brand of baroque indie-pop. Their whimsical pipes wind around an energetic beat that pulses in your ears long after its gone. It has us excited for what’s to come.
— Baltimore Magazine, "The Big Baltimore Playlist"
And not even to mention... Baltimore’s own Outcalls, who sound something like The Roches would have sounded if the Roches had more opera and funk. Get there early.
— Baltimore's City Paper