"Slipping between pop, polka, country, ska, jazz and yodeling, while playing accordion, piano, guitar and plastic bells, Garniez is a master of surprise."
Michael Smalls - Entertainment Weekly
"...wanders through the genres of country, jazz and pop, leaving behind nothing but sweet wreckage...a richly compelling voice and a wild imagination"
John Donohue - The New Yorker
"Radiates a dark, enigmatic beauty, bursting with intelligence and subtle irony."
- Rob Taube, Our Town
"Wistful, sardonic, sentimental and wry . . . " - Daniel Mangin, San Francisco Bay Area Examiner
Review of Joe's Pub show, May 14th, 2015
"Garniez has a gift for rhyme and lyrics that are funny, poignant, and evocative, telling impressionistic stories of a New York City childhood before helicopter parents and cell phones, when kids were freer to explore and wander.... Between songs, her improvised banter floated, hovered in the ether, like a delicate yet sturdy spider's web, spinning from one image to the next, taking us with her on this delightfully curious journey."
- Remy Block, Broadway World
"While at the San Diego Comic Con this past July, I took in a panel featuring New York based animator Bill Plympton. He was scheduled to show, among other things, a twenty minute clip from his new feature film, "Idiots and Angels." He prepared the audience by telling us that the film was about "an asshole guy that wakes up one morning with wings on his back" and that it featured music by Tom Waits and Pink Martini. What he didn't mention was that another important, if commercially marginalized, musician was also featured in the film, Rachelle Garniez...."
-Joe Cortez, Red Alert.com read the whole article
Konzert Review, Oktober 24th, 2015