12 tracks of lusciously catchy ’90s-dosed indie-pop.
— Boston Globe
A gifted creator… New England’s top new talent… The man wears his heart on his sleeve and much of the magic ends up on the records here. Pyramid offers up more digestible indie pop with dissonant border skirmishes here and there…. New England has a prolific genius on its hands and his name is Kurt von Stetten.
— Ryan’s Smashing Life (Best of 2011)
It feels kind of old school-Malkmus-y, but only if Malkmus played EVERY SINGLE INSTRUMENT!
— Perfect Porridge
A fantastic example of an amazing, talented guy who seems to have no limits to what he can do.
— Music Savage
There’s been a musical force hiding in Boston that has been making some of the most unique and creative music over the past decade.
Medium-fi indie-rock illustrated with lots of personal love and instrumental colour.
— Ride the Tempo
On his latest album, Pyramid, he crafted some truly great indie rock songs and goes to show that even relatively unknown artists can create something with a great sound.
— Oh So Fresh Music
Kurt von Stetten crafts a musical wonder with his latest, Pyramid.
— American Chronicle
Kurt von Stetten: cello, guitar, bass, xylophone, drums, washboard, keys/synth, and a variety of children’s toys, noise makers, and hand percussion.