Recent Press

“Jounce conjures an early period J Mascis (Dinosaur Jr.), with enough slacker-grunge chops that prove strangely hypnotic. Jounce continues to successfully define itself.” On The Verge, Relix Magazine

"The trio, rounded out by guitarist Matt Desteno and drummer Quinn Blandford, delivered a heavy but melodic blend of pure ‘90s punk and rock that quickly won over the packed Lincoln Hall floor." You Can't Go Back to Wellsville, COS

Interview with bassist, Dan Tamberelli, Journey Of A Frontman

“Think Mother Love Bone, Pavement and Matthew Sweet…” State of Mind magazine

"The prime time moment was when Jounce did “Snacks and Candy.” The song had been promoted in the press as Jounce features Danny Tamberelli—”Little Pete” on The Adventures of Pete & Pete, the classic Nickelodeon TV show for which [Mark] Mulcahy provided the soundtack—and had invited along the show’s “Big Pete,” Mike Maronna to join in on guitar. The Petes turned out to be the big celebrities in the room, and their three-song set (which also included Mulcahy’s “The Heart is Attached” and a Jounce original, “Who Hates the Office”) showcased Tamberelli’s impressive singing voice and the fun he has rockin’ his bass.”-New Haven Advocate


“Jounce is an NYC-based band of psychedelic rock not unlike the Kings of Leon. With a haunting lead guitar and the unique vocal styling from all the members, Jounce blends funk, rock and go-go into a groovy blend” The Deli Magazine

“Jounce shows are a full-body experience, felt as easily as they are heard.” The Record

“Jounce played a montage of impressive guitar-heavy songs that left the crowd speechless…” The Signal, (The College of New Jersey student newspaper)

“As he has on occasion between tours, Marco Benevento played a free show at Brooklyn’s Bar 4 last night…Benevento invited some guests onstage throughout the night, including Jounce bassist Danny Tamberelli, who sat in on Thelonious Monk’s Blue Monk…” -jambands.com

“On December 11, Danny Tamberelli and Mike Maronna, stars of the beloved Nickelodeon show “The Adventures of Pete & Pete”, will reunite at the New Haven, Connecticut club Toad’s Place. The occasion: A benefit show for former Miracle Legion frontman and tribute album beneficiary Mark Mulcahy, whose wife recently died. (Mulcahy’s band Polaris was responsible for the “Pete and Pete” theme song.) Maronna will play with Jounce, Tamberelli’s band, and the bill also features Elvis Perkins, Chris Harford, and Fountains of Wayne’s Chris Collingwood.” Pitchfork