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While their staple sounds invoke a mixture of gypsy punk and amped-up rock & roll, Qiet has tackled nearly every style of music and are finding that audiences appreciate the effort. Playful, inventive, and yet surprisingly serious about producing quality work, the band continues to push the boundaries of how music is consumed. Performance art, sculpture work, film—all forms of artistic exposure seem to be at the whim of this eclectic band’s creativity. It’s Qiet’s dedication to their work that draws people in, but it’s the quality and instant appeal of their songs that have caused the Qiet fan base to grow exponentially with every show they play.
If you ever discover a chance to see this group in action, see them. Qiet is not an experience to be missed.
The Anchor Magazine
Qiet is one of the area's more eclectic ensembles, combing theatrics with rock and featuring lead singer Christopher Harris, who possesses an impressive set of room-filling pipes.
—The Charleston Gazette
A street music, performance-art machine. One of Huntington's coolest indie bands that can't find an extra vowel but that can find a musical saw.
When it comes to the underscoring, scene-change music, and intermission, I just said go and let me see what you can do, and it’s worked out fantastically. I really respect Christopher Harris and Mike Waldeck in their creative process.
Director/Manager of The Alban Theatre
Speaking of Qiet’s involvement with the Alban’s Production of The Wizard of Oz.
The band is known (one could perhaps say notorious) for offering more than just a standard rock show, incorporating lighting, costumes and performance art to give the audience a 360-degree feast of the senses.