...They cover the songs of the famous Rosetti Sisters, because they are the Rosetti Sisters and they are no girls. They re here, they’re there, and wherever they turn up you can expect to hear music.

Sometimes just two of them, sometimes with a line-up of eight or nine, they are rooted in reggae and the hot rhythms of Latin America and yet are true musical world citizens, at home in blues, funk, soul and jazz, Serb Guca brass, and even the occasional waltz or polka ...“  (Rickey Tai Toaster, TRAMINA)