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The best kept secret in music


"168 Magazine on "In Regards To Lady Cole""

"Here you have…hometown heroes."

"…they write some catchy melodies and have a lot of harmonies…"

"Under the Radar is as catchy as pinkeye."

"Under the Radar uses all the right pop transition formulas. Your foot taps, you've learned the chorus by the end of the first listen and there is nothing not to like."

"These tunes are indeed radio-friendly…"
Soulless Record Exec - 168 Mag, May, 2005

- Soulless Record, Exec, May 2005

"The Justice on "Casual City""

"[Every Word I Said] has the catchiest guitar riff on the album, [Casual City], and I …found
myself humming it throughout the day."

"…Casual City, is a solid recording that shows considerable promise. I found [DEFAULT OUTFIT's]
album enjoyable…, and look forward to seeing what they come out with next."
Rachel Resnick - The Justice, April 8, 2003

- Rachel Resnick, April 2003

"NOrtheast Performer on "Casual City""

"…Casual City is filled with all sorts of emotions. There are songs for dancing,
songs for drinking, and songs for sitting in the corner and watching that person
in the crowd you can't seem to keep your eyes off of."

"The multiple layers of vocals complement each other nicely as they cry out stories
of love, loss, hope, and life in general that anyone can relate to,…"

"The songs emit a feeling that walks back and forth between thought-provoking and
blissfully carefree,…this could be one of the better bands you've heard in a while."
Ed Fournier - Northeast Performer, March, 2003

- Ed Fournier, March 2003


In Regards To Lady Cole -- 2003, Ionna Records

Casual City -- 2001, Ionna Records


Feeling a bit camera shy


With the dramatic ambitions of Grace-period Jeff Buckley, and the presence of a more haunted DMB, DEFAULT OUTFIT played its first chords for a live audience on Halloween 2001. Over the next twelve months, their commitment to thrilling, layered shows vaulted them to the venerable Boston-area stages of Harper's Ferry, House of Blues, and Paradise-Front Room, among others. In November 2002, the band released its debut album, Casual City, to a sold-out Bill's Bar on Boston's famed Lansdowne Street, repeating the feat six weeks later to a sold-out Middle East Upstairs. On January 2, 2003, Boston's largest circulation newspaper, The Boston Metro, featured DEFAULT OUTFIT and their wildly successful debut. Casual City has been heard on radio stations across the Northeast, most notably WBCN 104.1, and the album enjoys a swelling critical buzz.