to see the caricature
of us that was in The New Yorker Magazine!
Fabulous Entourage is a quintet of
youthful punk-popsters hell-bent on
bringing theatrics back to rock-and-roll."
"[The album is] entrancing... it's as if the
Scissor Sisters and Hedwig got together to cover
old Meat Loaf songs. In other words,
it's absolutely fabulous."
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music commands attention!"
boy-girl art-punk sensations!"
-Los Angeles Weekly
"Best time you'll have all month!"
raunch and glam
synth-pop-rock n' soul darlings!"
"Combines glam rock and rock opera
in the spirit of the Scissor Sisters."
"Glam-pop quintet The Fabulous Entourage is definitely a reason not to give up on the
New York rock scene... [they're like] the
lovechild of the B-52s and The Cure."
"Glitzy rock-opera-style goodness."
-Time Out New York
"TFE combines the image and lyrical
ambition of glam rock with the show-stopping theatrics and score of a hit Broadway musical.
And with voice talents equivalent of the
Supremes, they can't help but consistently
rock your face off."
-The Deli Magazine
a glam rock sensation!"
"Sophisticated and enthralling...
upbeat and honest club music."
"A cult favorite of the downtown scene."
-Long Island Press
"They get you up on your feet like seven
expressos to the dome."
melodies and back-up singers
reminiscent of The B-52's."
-LA Splash Magazine
bass/keyboard/drum trio busts
dirty electro grooves that bounce
effortlessly between art-house punk
and sugar-coated pop as the
lovely ladies doo-wop with grace."
glam rock art...
a New York cult band (known) for their
extravagant new wave shows."
"Brilliant... and lowbrow."
(This is one of the most hilarious
press quotes on us ever, we think)
-New York Magazine
listened in awe as they managed to
place pop and du-wop, new-wave,
funk and rock in a neat little package and
tied it with a string of melodic
harmonized vocals (courtesy of those two
sultry back-up singers).
Compelling and creative music!"
"Their live show kicks butt!"
punk, theyre pop, they got
mad grooves, power ballads and are
known for their way-theatrical cool live shows."
young trendsetters party into
-New York Daily News
the question has been answered:
'What do you get when you combine Lou Reed
with the Atari 2600?' We have seen the
future, and it is fabulous!"
were intrigued by their unique aesthetic -
Abbott and Costello if they were twenty-something
rock stars creating a pop spectacle with
an Ed Wood budget."