Press

“The 46-minute 12-cut Three Rivers (Drops June 24– Independent) is a well-balanced collection of songs with the added value of faithful vocals that work solo & in tandem. The songs have character & are constructed with lots of emotional notes stylistically & all well-conceived. They resonate with ears that enjoy music that is articulate.

John Apice, Americana Highways

“Overall, this disc is an exceptional introduction to what the bearded boys can do in the studio and their current musical direction. It highlights their distinctive style, noteworthy harmonies, pensive song lyrics, and an occasionally obvious sense of humor. So, check out Yosh & Yimmy’s Three Rivers and truly Breathe Again.

Will Phoenix, HVY JOURNALISTS

Three Rivers, the new album from Yosh & Yimmy is both something new and an echo of artists like Loggins & Messina and Cat Stevens. The album is reflective, clever, and lovely… Three Rivers is superb. The vocals, especially the harmonies, are memorable. This is a great album to put on during a lazy afternoon and listen all the way through.”

P.D. Casteel, OLD MAN INDIE

“Even Texas troubadours have to come into the modern age and go PoMo (Post Modern) and this duo does just that. As ground breaking as their mentors and elders in the Texas lineage, they know how to play it straight and how to take it off kilter to solid results. Quirky without ever getting weird for the sake of weird, 30 years from now kids will be looking at them as the new Guy and Townes.”

Midwest Record

“The duo creates a sense of suspense with simple instruments and then plays their lovely songs that are somehow whimsical and unpretentious with a depth of complexity at the same time. They craft some very catchy tunes with memorable lyrics to boot, plus their harmonies are wonderful.”

Melissa Clarke, Americana Highways

“This (“Down & Out”) is a sticky as hell earworm that you will find yourself singing throughout the day. Add this surprise 2021 tune to your playlist. You will be a happier person for doing so.”

P.D. Casteel, OLD MAN INDIE

“I like supporting artists and things like that,” Mr. Kippy added. “I enjoy doing it. I also like supporting local musicians because I think they really have to be brave to get out there and try to do it.“You have to go out there and take your shot.”

Yosh & Yimmy’s are currently polishing their debut full length album, recorded at Skidmore’s Sound Machine Studios, and are gearing up the marketing.”

Paul Gonzales, News of San Patricio

Proof is their latest release – the track is catchy but also has a folky feel to it. The guitar melodies are very pretty, and the upbeat rhythm gives the song a very nice feel. I also really enjoyed the vocal harmonies on show here, making the song sound even more beautiful overall. It’s great to hear a band trying something a bit different!”

Jane Howkins, York Calling, UK

Currently, Yosh & Yimmy are in the studio working on their debut full-length album. The first single, “Down & Out” will be released Aug. 20.

On “Down & Out,” the pair entwine beautiful harmonies to muse on the fact that maybe losing everything isn’t so bad.

‘Down & Out’ is inspired by how we as artists tend to deliver our best work when we are down on our luck, or heartbroken,” the pair tell Adobe & Teardrops. “It’s basically an upbeat song about being — down and out!”

RACHEL CHOLST, Adobe & Teardrops

“The Day You Learned to Fly” (is) a gorgeous acoustic duet with rasp, soul and a courageous musical ode to loss.”

GLIDE MAGAZINE

“In a lovely crescendo of harmonies and acoustic guitar, Yosh & Yimmy regale you with the traditional folk sound blended with contemporary vocal intonations, as they offer a pleasing amalgam of masculine harmonies.  We highly recommend giving this a close listen.”

aMERICANA hIGHWAY

““Yive in Concert” features singles such as “World is Sound Asleep” and “The Day You Learned to Fly”, showcasing Yosh & Yimmy’s eclectic style, all the while marrying rich harmonies with thought-provoking lyrics. And beards!”

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