“Contemporary and timeless. More than merely emulating her obvious influences, Miss Tess effectively situates herself on a pedestal right beside them, resulting in a set of songs that swings, sways, rocks and evokes her own personal perspective. Baby, We All Know is an excellent compendium of modern Americana distilled in all its forms. Miss Tess is a sweet seductress, one whose charms are increasingly harder and harder to resist. Catch her while you can.” No Depression

"Baby, We All Know is definitely an album that deserves to be listened to as a whole. Miss Tess & The Talkbacks have truly crafted a winner. Tunes like “Little Lola” and “Do You Want My Love” feel like they belong on a jukebox in a ‘50s style diner, and “Shotgun Wedding” and “Ride That Train” feature some great guitar licks courtesy of electric guitarist Thomas Bryan Eaton. Regardless if you’re a fan of this kind of music or are looking for a prime point to jump off from, Miss Tess & the Talkbacks’ Baby, We All Know is definitely an album to add to your collection. Paste Magazine

"The talented singer has now been entertaining us for more than ten years and Miss Tess thinks the new album is her best, this critic agrees. Baby, We All Know, is a thrilling album from a singer on high form." Country Music People UK

"This music sounds fresh, spirited, and relevant. It’s enough to make you wanna get up and dance. Highly recommended." Elmore Magazine

"Nashville meets Brooklyn...country chic." Village Voice

"There’s another impressive songwriter in her catalog: herself. Over a half-dozen releases in the last decade, you’d be excused for confusing one of Tess’s finely turned gems for one of the many standards in her book." The Boston Globe

"I don’t know of anyone else right now touring in the Americana scene that has such an eclectic, jazzy, old school and interesting vibe. There’s an authenticity present in Miss Tess’ music. It is not contrived, not too far a stretch for the skeptical imagination. She is real. And she is rare."  No Depression

"Deftly traverses the borderlines between early Tom Waits-esque lounge ballads, old timey county, a dollop of folk rock and a sprinkle of catchy jazz...Miss Tess's voice is alternately seductive and sexy, and is a pure joy to listen to" Pop Matters

"Miss Tess will never fit easily into just one box, and that’s why her fans look forward to each new eclectic release from the rootsy singer, who used to live here. She is a favorite live act around town" The Boston Globe

"Miss Tess sings with a wryness that is infectious and an authenticity that is enthralling" – Twangville

"A rare mix of jazz-infused old-time country, swing, and rockabilly" Pulse Magazine