"Gentry Fox immediately establishes himself as one of the promising artists in the hip-hop underground. Though taken from demos, this album (RARE DEMO SHIT vol.1) is nearly, creatively flawless, with every song punching the listener in the throat. The beats are loud, in your face, and each track shudders with reverberation, adding a vibrantly edgy authenticity to every verse, hook, and bridge, which takes you straight back to that 90’s rap feel. I’ve listened to “RARE DEMO SHIT (vol.1)” front to back numerous times and I’ve finally come to a conclusion, this album is simply amazing, considering it’s based on a demo set. It’s both focused but also chaotic, makes sense right? In a market flooded by auto-tuned hacks, with recycled beats, this is a true revelation."
"In today’s fast paced music industry an artist must be much more than just a person who sings songs. Many hats must be worn to put all the pieces together to achieve the recognition that a songwriter desires. Our latest find Gentry Fox seems to be the complete package in one." -Keith Pro (Indie Band Guru)
"The old school sounds of Gentry Fox’s demos are like a cool drink of water, in a parched desert. It sounds like a classic underground mixtape, complete with skits, scratches, weird samples, and warm vinyl beats. It’s got that analog flavor – chill and headnodding – while still sounding kind of militant and impassioned, like vintage Wu-Tang Clan or Cypress Hill." -J.Simpson (The Drainage)
"When you come across an album name like this one from Gentry Fox, Rare Demo Shit Volume One, well – you never really know what you’re in store for as a reviewer. It could be a cold, hard stroll through the B-sides of a contractual obligation, or simply the cutting room floor from the last sessions…who knows what you’ll hear bump through the speakers. But the best case scenario, is the one that we have here today, where the music flows along like a high-quality mixtape and still contains a cohesiveness within the diversity to make it all feel like it comes together as one." -Jermey Gladstone (Sleeping Bag Studios)