"One of the most exciting and promising acts in America hails from Boston." - Ryan's Smashing Life
Streight Angular is a hooky-punk rock'n'roll neon explosion into the future. SA plays genre jumping songs with hints of social commentary that explode in DayGlo color soundscapes. "Streight Angular spin pop affability and rock 'n roll chaos into an inescapable vortex of merriment." - Barry Thompson, Boston Globe. Abstract universal lyrics that absolutely reflect our time; Streight Angular evoke anthems that everyone can sing along with and believe in. Opening for acts like Minus the Bear, PEELANDER-Z, and Anamanaguchi Streight Angular hold their own in any venue. Recently nominated "BEST NEW ARTIST" by both the Boston Music Awards and Boston Phoenix as well as Deli Magazine Artist of the Month.
Review: "Everyone is Syncopated EP" http://www.rslblog.com/2012/01/new-sounds-streight-angular.html
"Pop-y and punk-y with driving choruses that only just got their learner’s permits--that’s Boston’s own Streight Angular for you being all neon-beardy and whatnot." - Weekly Dig.
"Pure rock candy on sugar-perched lips, Streight Angular is the trick for the treaters and the treat for the tricksters." - Boston Phoenix
"Walk into any room on any night in any Boston ‘hood and chances are Streight Angular is on stage rocking out. Seriously, try it. This band never sleeps." - Michael Marotta - WFNX
Winner of Deli Magazine CMJ Best New Music Video "Everyone is Syncopated"
"Streight Angular evolve beyond the other quirky Boston rock bands, to ultimately become the quirky Boston rock band." - Go2Music.com Their latest project is the very freeing album titled "After and Before" that can be found on itunes and at local record stores.
"Most of all, After and Before just feels like a good time. It's as if you have been invited to a party and everyone is singing and you just can't help but sing along. One of the best party vibes on this album comes from the closing track, "The Beginning of the End," which urges you to "drink the pop because it's cheaper than water." And that, in the end, is what StreightAngular is all about: fizzy and sweet, unlike the plain and dull tones of water. " - Max Specht (Performer Magazine)