Praise for the Endless:
Neil Gaiman on the Endless
Internationally bestselling author Neil Gaiman:
"It's aetherial, intelligent and catchy at the same time."
Unique, haunting and the perfect complement to an evening spent reading one of Neil Gaiman's books.
A Powerful Blend of Emotion and Voice
Northeast InTune Magazine
The band the Endless takes on the darkness in all of its mediums and reveals not only the sorrow but also the strength and mental fortitude required to go on through the darkness. Adriana's voice is like an amalgamation of Enya and Alanis Morissette. Her crisp clear delivery is stunning when combined with the emotive lyrics. the Endless has created a powerful blend of emotion and voice so rare in modern bands.
Ethereal dreampop rarely sounds this good and intelligent
Dead Angel Magazine
Another complex and lushly orchestrated album...the band's sound is one rooted in electropop, folky acoustic guitars, and gorgeous singing. Ethereal dreampop rarely sounds this good and intelligent at the same time.
Mellow, Trippy, Spacey, Hypnotic, and Upbeat!
Dark Realms Magazine
The ethereal lyrics tell timeless tales of the journeys of the human soul. The Republic of Heaven is a labor of love that will subtly stir hidden passions that reside deep in the human heart and spirit.
Atmospheric, Ethereal, Layered and Lovely
The songs are well written (including the intelligent and imagery laden lyrics) and professionally performed creating a first class record which fans of ambient, trip-hop, electronic rock will no doubt enjoy.
Oozes with Seduction!
Go Girls Music
Feast your ears on something that will mesmerize you! Electrically charged lyrics united with a compelling instrumentation so hypnotic, you will find yourself drawn into their spell. "The Republic of Heaven" oozes with seduction.
It's almost like these two put everything out there – the persons they are, their entire being, when they made this album. Some of the songs appear that personal. Naked indeed.
Insanely Brilliant Songs
The mere fact that they live in L. A. and someone hasn't already signed them just on the strength of "credible" or "setting sun" says a lot about why the music biz is currently in a death-spiral.
A Gothic/Etherealpop Gem
Grave Concerns Magazine
It's a gothic/etherealpop gem. It has all the old skool elements involved. Dead Can Dance meets The Changlings.
The Endless have a voice, which is all too rare in music today.
Once you hear them, you'll be able to pick them out of a crowd if the voice you're looking for is one of true contemplation.