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Screen Shot 2012-12-19 at 9.17.08 AM12/18/12Winnipeg Cycle Chick - one of the coolest people on 2 wheels, liked Big Red Bicycle!

9/16/12 - The Ottawa Bike Guy – changed gears to do one of his first ever music reviews by writing about bicycle.  He concluded: “I’m not sure when I last heard such an infectious pop album.”

9/14/12i bike london - reviewed bicycle and included it on its list of best music and books to listen to on an Autumn bike tour in the city or the countryside.

9/10/12BikeBlogNYC – reviewed bicycle today, calling it the “soundtrack” for the growing “worldwide cycle chicdom” – and the “perfect accoutrement to a leisurely bike ride in your hood or around the globe.”

9/07/12416 CycleStyle – made bicycle one of its Friday Faves and called it “an urban folk story about a girl’s love affair and experiences with her bicycle.” We especially liked that they said that it “goes great with coffee” (but what doesn’t!).

8/30/12 - Mexico Cycle Chicsaid bicycle is “Definitely a great album that is worth listening.”

8/21/12Thessaloniki Cycle Chicposted ablog about bicycle and the song Cycle Chic… in Cyrillic.

8/20/12 - Cycle Chic – wrote a lovely article about bicycle and its place in the world of cycle music and art, mentioning us alongside Vanessa Paradis and Nina Persson of The Cardigans and concluding that it’s “an ode, a celebration and a declaration of love to the two-wheeled invention that has served us so well for the past 125 years. It is a timely release and a most welcome one.”  Thanks to Mikael Colville-Andersen for the post and for helping on the song “Cycle Chic“!

8/20/12Curitiba Cycle ChicWrote a review from Brazil: “Sendo você ciclista ou não, “Nora and One Left” vai proporcionar-lhe um alegre passeio sonoro em sua “Bicicleta”.

8/17/12Gwadzillagave us a mention!  Thanks Gwadz!

8/13/12 – WashCycle – mentions us along w/ Lucinda Williams, Eliza Gilkyson, Poi Dog Pondering and Concrete Blonde

“If you’re looking to support a local band who names albums after your favorite mode of transportation – with several songs on that theme, it’s hard to think of a better one than Nora and One Left.”

8/1/12 - Suburban Cycling -
“The songs are bright and poppy and feel like 10,000 Maniacs meets Belinda Carlisle meets Leslie Gore.”

7/30/12Endless Velo Love
“I found myself enjoying it more and more. If you’re in the market for some new music, I think it’s worth checking it out for yourself…”

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