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Customer Reviews

These brothers are true artists

As introduced and interviewed on the Travis Smiley Show, these brothers infuse an eclectic variation of their Julliard-trained violin talents with musical genres of today. Inspirational, barrier-breaking and innovative are mere words to describe the album.


OMG, i've known about this band for a little more than a year now ever since i heard about them on the Today show. Since i play the viola its just so cool to look at them and know i could be like that one day. I'm an aspiring teen artist playing at my high school and i love listening to these guys. They went to brilliant art schools and learned their instruments so well. I'm just amazed. I would deffinately give this a 1 million of of 5 if i could. Its just that good.

Quite a unique album

From Broken Sorrow to a remix of their most original song Thunder, this CD is quite a listen. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is taken back by one-of-a-kind songs. The violen is a sound that can bring out the best and worst in peoples talents. Obviously you can tell of the brothers' talents by the exquistite precision that Nuttin' But Stringz brings to the table. This could be considered a Hip-Hop album with a major instrumental emphasis but this is not a rap album as some have claimed. This is merely a masterpiece of a unique blend of rythym and woodwinds. Great Listen, Recommend to anyone.

Struggle from the Subway to the Charts, Nuttin' But Stringz
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