Press for Modern Man

"You can get completely whisked away by Andy Cook, without realizing the intensity of his words. There’s a magic to that delirium." - Mitch Mosk, 

"Cook grounds his compositions with a keen sense of dark and direct lyrics, conjuring up Timber Timbre, Real Estate and even Kurt Vile at times. It is expansive and idiosyncratic, heady and earthy, all at once. The perfect pick-me-up for the unofficial day-tripping desert hipster." - Mike Olinger, The Wild Honey Pie

"Jangle-pop you're going to adore" - Songwriting Magazine

"Fresh, nostalgic and all-together brilliant are the words that come to mind when describing 'Swirl.'" - Ashley Jeanette, The Corner Type

"'Swirl'" demonstrates [Cook's] immense potential and talent. Reminiscent of Kurt Vile and The War On Drugs, the single is like the breezy and soul-swelling classic rock of the ’70s and ’80s...This is one to watch" - The Revue

Music video premier and "Song of the Day" on 89.3 The Current

"Noteworthy newcomer alert: After getting a late start in music following a college hockey stint, Andy Cook is making up for lost time. The Twin Cities native, 30, does a great job blending Kurt Vile’s Velvet-y, mumbly guitar haze with a boyish, bright-eyed lyrical charm on his second EP, 'Modern Man.'" - Chris Riemenschneider, Minneapolis Star Tribune

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox playlist (with Father John Misty, Sunflower Bean)

"Opening with hints of the Grateful Dead’s ‘Touch of Grey’, and culminating in guitar work reminiscent of The War On Drugs, this is the most enthralling example of Americana I’ve heard thus far this year." - James Fenney, Belwood Music