On it's second superb album, this New York quartet continues to invoke it's moniker... delving into deeply interactive improvisation that doesn't need to shout to be heard. 4.5 Stars
Peter Margasak, Downbeat
Hush Point’s methods and musicianship are exemplary, setting the new standard for the pianoless jazz quartet.
James Rozzi, Jazziz
an album of dry and intimate and surprising music, much of it a kind of X-rayed blues language, volume cut in half, swing rhythm subtly stretched into more up-to-date grooves, emotional dynamics present but suppressed. It’s also an extended experiment in careful improvising, using counterpoint to move quickly and unsentimentally toward the open spaces.
Ben Ratliff, New York Times
The quartet’s newly released, self-titled début album is among the most substantial jazz releases of the year so far.
The New Yorker
the band focuses on subtle interplay and refined melodic improvisation, demonstrating an elegant rapport too often lacking in jazz today.
Peter Margasak, Chicago Reader
The foursome has a kinetic chemistry no less powerful for being kept under a constant, careful restraint.
Shaun Brady, Downbeat
The quartet Hush Point conjures the possibilities of small group hipness. One that quips instead of guffaws, and prefers covertness to the obvious.
Mark Corroto, All About Jazz