From the Gentlemen of the Press

“Weird and wonderful… gloriously bizarre, perfectly minimalist.”   – Christian Carlisle, BBC Introducing

“All the staff at the radio fell in love with them. They are fantastic. You have to see them live. Now that I have heard and seen I’m thinking: Everyone must love this. This is damn good! Sister Chain has a fantastic voice. It was magic.” – Jennebo Radio, Sweden

“On their Album, Darkness to Warm Your Heart, Sister Chain and Brother John have taken the framework of the duo with all its limitations and used it to its full extent.” – Thomas Mauch, Die Tageszeitung, Germany

“Subversive, interesting and unique. What more could you want?” – Gareth Owen, Electronic Beats, Germany

“Sister Chain & Brother John are something else: Esther Ofarim and Klaus Nomi spring to mind, but also Bauhaus and The Sisters of Mercy, the Brecht and Kurt Weill cabaret and Lotte Lenya… I am at their show now and I am melting with pleasure, a different type of pleasure, one that comes from insane twists of noise, screams and distortions… what a triumphant finale to such a cultural evening.” – Michael Rorberger, The Town Mouse, Israel

“So much more than a goth band! Splendid taste in clothes and absolutely marvelous artwork!” – Radio Eins, Germany

“I dare to promise you that Sister Chain & Brother John are one of a kind. This is a festival act which stands out in the crowd, to say the least.”  – Live at Heart Magazine, Sweden

“Victorian glam rock meets dark cabaret moods of the duo’s strange, seductive, macabre and highly dramatic theatrical universe. There is something absolutely alluring about Sister Chain & Brother John’s peculiar world. There is a constant lurking danger in Sister Chain’s tremulous voice that complements the disturbing universe perfectly.” – Gaffa, Denmark’s biggest music magazine (4 stars)

“Sister Chain’s theatrical singing with Brother John’s minimal yet melodic bass playing creates a very intense and effective combination, which I find fascinating. An exceptional, boundary breaking, and unconventional show.”  – Far From the Madding Crowd, arts blog, UK

and….Read an interview with Brother John:

UK Tour 2013 – Brother John brings a bit of Berlin back home