The always amazing Caz Gardiner.” Stop is “an excellent new single which is a full-on funky soul track.”  “Make sure to check out this cut and keep tabs on whatever Caz is doing next. ”

THE DUFF GUIDE TO SKA

Early in Gardiner’s career, her mother offered advice that she still follows: “Once you cross the line, you need to sparkle.” That she does, breaking into dance mid-song, whether with James Brown footwork or the salsa steps her father taught her, moves she calls her “secret weapon.”

ARLINGTON MAGAZINE

Gardiner is a throwback to the glory days of the Skatalites and Darlene Shaffer, a singer with jazz chops and all kinds of subtle wiggles and blue notes. The B-side, recorded live on tour in Argentina, is Cycles, a perfect evocation of late 60s Kingston, Gardiner’s voice equal part resolute calm and edgy unease in a situation where “things can’t get worse right now”. It’s a fair guess that a lot of people will be be dancing to this one Saturday night. ”

NEW YORK MUSIC DAILY

This (It's Alright) is one of those albums that I hear and already wish I knew all the words to because I just want to sing along so bad. It's retro 60's soul with clean rocksteady simplicity creating this incredible bold feel that still remains gentle in it's delivery. Caz has this amazingly fresh vocal style. She is a blend of a sassy pop flair and a traditional, familiar reggae groove. ”

A PERFECT MESS

In the world of Jamaican-inspired music, there is sometimes power of fire, but there is also finesse, and Caz and her musicians have plenty of it to sell by the shovel.”

RUDE BOY TRAIN