'Here's one happy little number-trippy, twisted and tuneful-from two former members of The Goats and their hipster vocalizing girlfriend. Purveying a light, loony, close-harmony music they dub Rolk (for Rockin' Folk), this Philly-based trio will have you bop-pin' to the likes of Perfekt Day (for a suicide),Beatle-y bugger Mizery, jazzy Cowchopping and a horsin' around country lament called Won't Happen Twice. Engineered by whiz kid Michael Musmanno, the 17-song set's dressed with the sort of warm, quirky touches that mad formative years prog-rock LPs sound so special-from the Traffic-jammin' low sparks of saxophone and piano on Don't Mistake Love to the Hot Licks-gone-hip hop vibes of Terminal D.' - Philadelphia Daily News 'In a lighter, but more eschewed musical framework is the debut album by a Philadelphia trio, Maggi,Pierce And E.J. The music of this outfit is totally different. Lyrically, it's open, cynical and unusual. Musically, it's a quirky mixture of rootsy folk, pop, rock and jazz with the slightly bizarre.' - Relix Magazine 'Three scrappy musicians making a case for folk in the cynical, post-grunge '90s.' - U National college Magazine 'Folky at times, ferociously rocking at times MP&E are Philadelphia's representatives of the new breed, all encompassing musicians that sneak up and down every corridor of the musical spectrum.' - University Reporter college Magazine.