Rhythms Magazine 2013, Australia

"...However, the eight-piece covers a reasonable spectrum on their third album, starting with a traditional song that unexpectedly morphs into a moresca, a 16th century pantomime dance tune, and ending with a Middle Ages love song delivered a cappella and a traditional tarantella-pizzica from Salerno. Newpoli is well served by the sweet voices of its female lead singers, who duet impressively on several Neapolitan canzones…"