Unexpectedly brilliant, 'Marquis Verdigris' is one of the most refreshing, interesting and enjoyable albums to hit the airwaves this year. This is real music, inspired but uninfluenced – its own creative beast exploring the great unknown with both musical precision and fearless expressive freedom.”

Stereo Stickman

A sense of the indefinite, a strange nihilistic aftertaste envelops anyone who tries to delve into Deckard's texts ... a condensation of symbolism and elegant allegories that depict a reality that upon closer inspection is a non-reality.”

Indie Italia

'Eyes Touch' is poetic, thought-provoking, and boasts an exemplary selection of words that would make any songwriter jealous ... Deckard is singing you a song where the words come to life in your mind in a highly visual & sensory way.”

Sleeping Bag Studios

It is a sonic voyage that will forever linger in our hearts, beckoning us to explore the depths of our emotions and embrace the enigmatic mysteries that lie within and around us.”


Deckard Croix has concocted a kaleidoscopic plunge into the heart of psychedelia, melding sonic intricacies with poetically thought-provoking verses ... [and] combines nostalgic, psychedelic rock with modern-day production, etching its place in the ever-evolving landscape of indie, experimental rock.”


The artist’s sound is really entrancing and hypnotic, at times diving deeper in the most 'psychedelic' leanings of alternative folk.”

The Bandcamp Diaries

Not only comes around the corner with an interesting sound design [and] fantastic composing, which takes the listener into new sound spheres, but also with very good songwriting and a multidimensional effect in terms of content. ”

She Wolf Magazin

[Noncommunication of the Cephalopods is] absolutely out of any rational categories of listening and appeals more to hypnotic effects and tickling the subconscious.”

MangoWave Magazine

The music is a masterclass in minimalism, subtle organ and synths growing organically in texture and musical tension.”

The Faulkner Review

Verdigris' haunting lyrics are absolutely moving. This is one of the strongest tracks from the album, showcasing Croix’s lyrical creativity and instrumental aesthetics in equal might in what is, overall, a very powerful song.”

Which Coast Review