From Norway 2014 from "Harstad Tidende" June 27. Brief translation: "Magic" ... "You missed something". - have a look at the paper here
"Waldeckische Landeszeitung und Frankenberger Zeitung" (November 27. 2012) -PDF from the newspaper
Södermanlands Nyheter "Vilken energi och glädje" (October 18, 2012)
Nordsee Zeitung Tanz wie bei einer jiddischen Hochzeit. (April 02, 2011)
Svendborg Netavis Fed aften med klezmermusik (August, 2010)
Waldeckische Landeszeitung: Ausdruck Stark und unvergesslich. (May 9, 2009)
Hessisch Niedersächsische Allgemeine: Musik Wie Starker Kaffee (May 9, 2009)
“...Music like strong coffee – Klezmofobia thrilled the crowd..."
Jyllands Posten: Klezmofobia at Copenhagen Jazzhouse (January 18, 2009)
In itself, the five male musicians presents a diverse mix of styles and sound, with plenty of power and explosiveness. Even with moments of madness and chaos. To let the old wind instruments meet surf rock guitar and heavy drums, transforms occasionally Klezmofobia into a danish-jewish response to the Norwegian Kaizers Orchestra.
Herning Bladet: Klezmer med knald på (August 22, 2008)
it sounds exotic... music with high energy, at full speed beyond the steppes from first to last second, and with sequences increasingly sounding more like Kaizers Orchestra, than folkmusic... all the musicians treated their instruments with an impressive skillfulness.
Information: Klezmer mod Hæmninger (SPOT-festival 2008)
...Eyeopening and growing vocal. And then... Speed. People start jumping., Channe Nussbaum dances in al her fantastic womanliness and the clarinet and the trumpet seems to be in some kind of duel, a klezmer showdown, where everybode wins. Oi, oi, oi! Anita Brask Rasmusse