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The best kept secret in music


"Review of "Everything Never Said""


Seven Ender
Alexus Records

They're certainly confident, so much so that Seven Ender once set out to raise $30,000 to mount its own summer tour. Didn't happen, but it was a gutsy move.

So was dropping what must have been a small fortune to record and release "Everything Never Said," the Cromwell quintet's debut (available for now at It was money well-spent. The album mostly does what every local band, in every locality, strives for: It sounds ready for radio without imitating what's currently on the air.

Seven Ender's alt-rock is driven by dual guitars and the poised vocals of singer Andrew Zolty. The hooks are solid, if not enduring, and Zolty's confessional lyrics skirt the edges of angst without falling in. A lean self-assurance saturates the best tunes, such as "Storm Clouds" and the driving opener, "Holding, Waiting."

What's confident to some looks cocky to others, though, and that is Seven Ender's challenge: putting across a promising debut without acting insufferable. For a cautionary lesson in the dangers of hubris, the group needs look no further than Famous Blue Raincoat - another promising band that fizzled out after its diva trip alienated the local scene. "Everything Never Said" is a great start, but no one steps into acclaim. You have to earn it.

Seven Ender performs Saturday at Up or On the Rocks in Hartford. Information: 860-247-6257.

- The Hartford Courant (Hartford, CT)

"Review of "Everything Never Said""

Seven Ender's new release "Everything Never Said" is an engaging, polished and confident effort. Beautifully produced by The Churchills, this release is loaded with mostly mid-tempo alternative rockers that put the talent of this young band on full display. This is radio-ready modern rock just waiting to be gobbled up by the masses. -

"Review of "Everything Never Said""

Reviewed by: Kaj

"-What do you want for breakfast dear?!",my wife said,"-The Seven Ender album would be fine thanks" I answered......."But seriously...." she continued,"Yeah I'm serious, but ok also a cup of coffee to go then" I said with a smile.

To make a long story short,the girl who plays Meadow - the daughter of the Soprano family is a huge fan of the powerpop band The Churchills who did the sunny album "Big ideas" in 2002 and have a new album coming soon,well anyway - this band produced the debut from modern rockers Seven Ender which is a real fine album.

I have a hard time putting my finger on how they sound like, and why should you label music all the time?!,if it's a good rock album it would be enough but some people wants to know what kind of style the band has.

So here's to them:SEVEN ENDER plays radio ready modern rock in the same vein as The Calling,Train and of course some The Churchills for those who knows about this band, "Everything never said" won't start a revolution in the music business but it's the perfect start of the day to get that smile you need so much to make a better day.

"Review of Track 1, "Holding, Waiting""

"Michael - It's hard to find fault with a song this good! Not only is the arrangement well-constructed and the performance exciting, but it's obvious immediately that you guys have stylistic and aesthetic vision for the band that is unique and highly marketable. The hook is enormous. I won't be able to get it out of my head for the rest of the afternoon. Seriously Michael, this is great stuff (which I suspecct you're probably already aware of). When I sat down here at Taxi this morning I never suspected I'd hear a performance this memorable right outta the gate. I don't know how I could suggest any improvements. I thinkm it's basically up to luck and persistence. Thanks for putting such cool stuff out into the world." -


2004 - "Everything Never Said" - 11 track full-length CD

2005 - 3 track self titled EP

Songs available at


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Since they began playing together a few years ago, Seven Ender has played shows throughout the Northeast; making new fans at every stop along the way. Their musical ability has been recognized by both the Hartford Advocate and The University of Connecticut’s Daily Campus through fan-nominated “best of” competitions. Today, Seven Ender is planning a multi-faceted attack on the entertainment industry. Upon working with a series of management companies, producers, and record labels, the release of their debut album, in the summer of 2004, will be accompanied by an east coast tour in support of the album. Through this tour, Seven Ender will continue to branch out to new fans as they look to the national market for the same enthusiasm and dedication they have won on a local level.