“Folkloric motifs supernaturally illuminated… beautifully intricate.” (R’nR)
“A distinctly classy, guitar toting roots duo of serious accomplishment and musicality… highly skilled.” (fRoots Magazine)
“The whispers around the venue indicated a sense of knowing that a savvy crowd like this one displays when bearing witness to a class act.” (Americana UK)
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“Perfect… a brilliant feel-good album… I don’t think I could possibly say which track was my favourite. They are all superb.” FATEA
“Within minutes it’s obvious how far this duo has come… Oka Vanga deliver their folk and roots style through outstanding musicianship and thoughtful composition together with emotive vocals to brings life to their songs.” FolkWords
“An outstanding album.” Folk Show, Argyll FM.
“Exceptional” From The Margins
“Enchanting, a very special album” Sonic Bandwagon
“The whole album is superb” Phil The Quill
“Variety abounds…One which will leave listeners eagerly devouring their latest stop whilst awaiting their next leg of the trail.” Bright Young Folk
“Oka Vanga are an incredibly talented duo. The combination of Meyer’s voice, which has the quality, clarity and strength of a fine, single malt and Cox’s skill on his strings produces some absolutely magical songs and music which open hidden worlds and new adventures to all who listen to them.
They are storytellers who illustrate their tales with wonderful music.” Folk All
“DANCE OF THE COPPER TRAIL, clearly mark the duo’s rightful place on the contemporary folk scene, with a selection of both self-penned and traditional songs, including a sublime reading of She Moved Through the Fair, a showcase for Angie’s remarkable – and distinctively her own – voice… This really is a superb album and one which will hang around on the player long after the plaudits have been bestowed.” Northern Sky Magazine