Phil Kline’s


“Over the course of 45 minutes, chiming and chants bounce off walls and windows transforming the coldest urban area with the warmth of musical fellowship.”


“A dreamy fruitcake of parts, tranquil even through its anarchy.”

Los Angeles Times

“Gorgeously ambient.”
New York Magazine

“immerses the listener in suspended wonderment, as if time itself had paused inside a string of jingle bells.”
The New York Times

“Kline’s luminous, shimmering wash of bell tones is one of the loveliest communal new-music experiences you'll ever encounter, and it's never the same twice.”
Time Out New York

“It's a 44-minute exercise in musical democracy and Christmas cheer. It's a tradition for our times, a modern twist on strolling minstrels and caroling parties.”
Baltimore Sun

“Caroling has never been so epic.”

“If an avant-garde Christmas record exists, this is it.”

“A marvelously fluid, traveling spatial sound sculpture that disintegrates and reforms at nearly every stop light.”
The Village Voice

“A musical pilgrimage”
New Music Box

“A joyous, continuous electronic collage full of wildly pealing bells and chimes, voices, wall-of-sound textures and more, as heard from multiple boomboxes moving through the streets of Greenwich Village.”
Los Angeles Times

“This is the first necessary classical recording of the 21st century.”
All Music Guide