"Light, airy textures suit her particularly well; a wonderful, impressionistic piece here, called Wasps, would have delighted Duke Ellington. Windfeld’s band of leading young Scandinavian musicians is as tight and sharp as any you’ll hear."
The Guardian, Dave Gelly (UK)
"She is not afraid of big bold, if thoughtful statements - 'Double Fleisch' and 'Wasp' - while the title track reveals well-drilled ensemble cohesion and carefully articulated sforzandos in both brass and reed sections that bring her writing alive - and details like this matter."
Jazzwise, Stuart Nicholson (UK)
"the compositions, all by Windfeld, are nicely varied, with a particular leaning to impressionism. Section work in the pan-Scandinavian 15-piece is crisp and there’s plenty of solo power around, from the lyrical guitar of Viktor Sandstrom in the title track to the spikily unpredictable tenor sax of Ida Karlsson on the Wasp via a couple of polished contributions from trumpeter Magnus Oseth."
The Jazz Rag, (UK)