Regarding Rose Ette:
“I don’t know what sub-genre of indie rock Houston’s Rose Ette would fall under, possible twee, but no matter what you want to call it, they’re damn good.”
“Rose Ette is the perfect band for the kind of early spring Houston has been having: warm, breezy, ideal for picnic or patio listening.”
“I’d be lying if I said that I didn’t love this album from start to finish, and would I be lying if I said I didn’t think that you’d feel the same way. In six songs, Rose Ette enters the Houston music scene with a bang, capturing your attention while holding it for the entirety of the release.”
“The four-piece’s 2015 debut EP, Jungle, secured them a good standing in Houston’s growing crop of talented young indie-pop bands, drifting between the dreamlike melodies of ‘Hideaway’ and fuzzier affairs like ‘Thunder.’”
“The track, which finds the band stretching their legs away from the bedroom pop sound on their debut, and taking things into a more focused and melodic nature. With hints to The Wannadies and The Cardigans, the song has nineties throwback all over it without sounding like it was ever lifted. The way in which the guitar seems to create an almost secondary vocal presence alongside Teresa Vicinanza’s voice is pretty mesmerizing, while the snappy beat and rhythmic bass lines keep the upbeat track in your head for days."
"Straight from my home state of Texas, Rose Ette have been turning heads in the indie rock scene in Houston. Earlier this month, they released their latest single, “Skin,” and it is an absolute blast. With blissful vocals from lead singer Teresa Vicinanza, and a glistening indie pop backdrop to complement, “Skin” is a delightful output from the Houston quartet. Stream the track above and catch Rose Ette at Houston’s FPSF music festival this summer."
"The sweet timbre of Teresea Vicinanza's vocals, the snappy drums mixed with the pop hooked bass, and the pedal soaked guitars on the song pulled me in from the opening notes. If you listen carefully, you can hear backing vocals that will only make you love the track more, while coming in at under three minutes, the band proves that they're clued in on how to write a solid pop tune."