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“Like the car of the title, the music here is sleek but raw, with a vintage feel and enough of a bite to constantly propel the EP forward. It’s a lot bigger and harder than some of his previous releases, and the focus here is fully on the beauty of the guitar and its possibilities. Influences like The Jayhawks and Teenage Fanclub are strong here, but there are also touches of Neil Young, Bob Dylan, and even a little bit of Lou Reed.” – Big Takeover Magazine  

“Seneko is back, better than before, with his latest Extended Player ’69 Camaro. Moreover, he’s got the whole package this time: the right music, lyrics, instrumentation, and even background vocals.”

  -Breaking and Entering  

“Seneko certainly brings in the rock side of Americana as in Wilco and The Jayhawks, but gives it an additional touch of harmony/power pop, with the likes of Scottish masters Teenage Fan Club and (loud) power-pop expert Mathew Sweet clearly coming to mind. Oh and don’t forget Neil Young, as evidenced on “For Her Love” here.”

-Living Life Fearless  

“Writing on the Wall” ends ’69 Camaro. This might be the loudest tune on all the EP, and it just hits hard and never lets up. It’s a great ender to what I feel is a pretty darn great EP from Seneko”. – Short & Sweet LA