Two Sheds is from Sacramento.
Here are some reviews:
Caitlin Gutenberger takes a folky, smartass approach to the sleepy murmur that Mazzy Star made famous. Think Mazzy Star on the back of a flat bed Chevy truck. Fantastic debut.
- Troy Johnson - San Diego CityBeat 7/12/06
Rickie Lee Jones-meets-Beck vocals put this indie-folk band in league with the best mellow homegrown groups; the effect is dreamy and captivating.
- Hiya Swanhuyser - S.F Weekly 5/24/06
The critics lay comparisons to Mazzy Star, Lucinda Williams, Cowboy Junkies, VU and Nico - good road signs on the way to Two Sheds, though I’d throw in that it feels like M. Ward a little in a way too. Cool stuff.
- Larry Crane- Tape Op Magazine issue #55
There are such a surprising number of excellent tracks on Two Sheds album Strange Ammunition. Gutenberger’s throaty hum clocks in somewhere between PJ Harvey and Cat Power’s Chan Marshall... It goes on and on, each song its own distinct little animal.
- Joe Fielder - Raidio Free Silverlake 8/10/06
Live, Two Sheds comes across like a modern, more abstract wrinkle on Lucinda Williams-style Americana, but the band's debut, Strange Ammunition, adds plenty of color and variation to that thumbnail sketch, with the coolly endearing vocals of singer Caitlin Gutenberger still the focal point.
- Jackson Griffith - Sacramento News & Review 2/02/06
Two Sheds opened the night and almost stole it. The young three-piece from Sacramento played slow, anguished, honest Americana, with a surprisingly fresh approach that landed somewhere between the Cowboy Junkies and Nirvana’s Unplugged in New York.
-Nate Seltenrich- Performer Magazine (show review) June 2006
Added by harold_ikes on November 17, 2006