"303 Awards - Best Country Band - Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs"
Brittany Werges - 303 Magazine

"Alt-Country Singer Matt Rouch Found His Sound in Colorado"
Sage Marshall - Westword

"We Made Master Playlists of Denver's Best Music by Genre"
Kori Hazel - 303 Magazine

"UMS Kicked Off 17th Year with an Impressive First Night"
Tyler Harvey - 303 Magazine

"Denver Underground - 5  Local Artists to Check Out In May"
Drew Boulos - 303 Magazine

"Interview with Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs"
Joshua Smotherman - Middle Tennessee Music

"Open Music Session: Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs Brings Virginia Roots to the Open Media Foundation"
Brett Callwood - Westword

"Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs"
Kyle Harris - Westword

"Daytime Duo: Singer-songwriter Matt Rouch stopped by to talk about his music and how he fell in love with playing music"
Daytime Duo - Interview

"Download "Adelaide" from Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs only in Steal This Track"
Josh Johnson - Denver Post 

"Top Prospects of 2016 - Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs"
Music Connection Magazine

"20 More Colorado Artists You Need to Know" 
Shannon Shumaker - Prelude Press

"Matt Rouch is Making Noise in the Colorado Music Scene"
Ryan Stabile - Axs

"Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs are Building Something Original"
Evan Crandell - 24Our Music

"LIMELIGHT: Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs - Kindness Kindles Denver Singer-songwriter"
Sean Waters - Scene Magazine

"Watch Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs play your favorite Denver alley"
Dylan Owens - HeyReverb

"If you’re looking for a new alt-country indie-folk group to listen to while you traverse the Rocky Mountains this weekend Colorado, we found ‘em. Meet Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs"
Hannah Oreskovich - BolderBeat

“With a smooth delivery, Colorado artist Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs is a perfect blend of James Taylor and Fleet Foxes”
Joel McDowell - Hands Off Promotions

"Sensei Spotlight: Matt Rouch is a Fantastic Folk/Country Singer and Songwriter"
Erik Fedorenchik - Sensei

“There’s a remarkable depth and subtlety to Denver-based Matt Rouch's work, a consistent gift for arrangements that enable his songs to resonate.”
Music Connection Magazine

The Beautiful and Damned comes across like a seasoned soloist’s album and with his recent additions of The Noise Upstairs, Rouch and company will be able to fully flush out the already thorough compositions in the live setting."
Brian F. Johnson - Marquee Magazine

"Getting Acquainted with Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs"
Ryan Stabile - Axs

“Get to know a Denver musician: Matt Rouch”
Alli Andress - Axs.com

"On his debut album, The Beautiful and the Damned, Matt Rouch oscillates between country, folk and acoustic rock in a totally satisfying way...All this sounds a bit like an identity crisis, but it’s not. Again, it’s satisfying, in the way The Avett Brothers are satisfying, in the way James Taylor is satisfying"
Scene Magazine

“Colorado Songwriter Matt Rouch on Playing for the Joy and Staying True to Yourself”
Jacqueline Jax - American Pride Magazine

"Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs"
allmusictrends.com

“Matt Rouch is cut from a more complex cloth than that of most of today’s cookie-cutter artists. His songs are very finely crafted; something which could easily be overlooked if one listened only superficially to them. And this reveals what is best about them: they are so wholesome and honest. The simplicity is beguiling, because real artistic prowess makes what is actually very difficult, seem so simple.”
Rick Jamm - Jamsphere

“There is so much more going on than what can simply be heard”
StereoStickman

““The Beautiful and The Damned” is a contextually deep album with songs that stretch the mood of the release towards different extremes; from engaging country stomps to diluted and relaxing folkie delights.”
Ben Corke - Music Blogged

“Clever and kind, Matt Rouch’s “The Beautiful and the Damned” shows how good folk can be.”
Beach Sloth

“This Week's Interview with Matt Rouch.”
TWT Music

“Matt Rouch is the real deal, with an impressive attention to detail in his songwriting, vocals and lyrics.”

James Moore - Independent Music Productions