om - ni - vore • ämnəˌvôr • Definition: Voracious Music Lover
Here at Omnivore, we share an insatiable appetite for music. We believe that the music of the past lives on in the music of today and the music of tomorrow. Our releases contribute to the ongoing conversation between artists and their audiences, each a part of the other and all partaking in the never-ending musical journey.
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[Judy Henske & Jerry Yester] Taking in styles from baroque pop to rock and psychedelia, Farewell Aldebaran is in a class of its own.
—Joe Marchese, The Second Disc
It's a drag to think that more of these recordings won't get released—and that The Bangles didn't continue in this vein for their entire career—because Ladies and Gentlemen... The Bangles! is outrageously fab and over too quickly.
[The Heaters'] American Dream: The Portastudio Recordings is a nice glimpse into the past with a band that traveled in an unusual direction as they paved a way for women to explore the rock 'n' roll idiom.
—David Bowling, Cashbox
[The Muffs, Blonder And Blonder] is just as badass as it was 20-plus years ago, but also includes a cornucopia of bonus material.
—Troy Michael, Innocent Words
[The Rave-Ups, Town + Country] We lost a lot when we lost them… and now we have ‘em back. Life is good.