DETROIT FREE PRESS
Nomo pushes the envelope and comes up with something truly special. This one conjures up trailblazers Brian Eno (circa Before and After Science) and Miles Davis (circa On the Corner) and is utterly astonishing. Still driven by horns and percussion, Nomo is in formidable form on Ghost Rock, one of the most audacious and spirited albums so far this year.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
Whatever you call their music, it's got an infectious groove the makes it impossible to keep your hips from swaying.
NOMO mixes various strains of great black music into a single blazing sun of sound, and right from the distorted sounds of the amplified kalimba that open the CD, you know NOMO is going to hit you with a hip-swiveling blast of righteous Afro-funk.
THE WASHINGTON POST
Elliot Bergman's Nomo is one of the tightest, swingingest Afrobeat world-jazz bands on the planet.
It's party music of the first order, locking into a groove so deep you can practically feel the sweat.
When Better Than That came in with what sounded like a conga and a Coke bottle percussion duet I sat up on the futon, then I got smoked by both the ensuing free jazz saxophone solo and the mbira passage