'Grubstake is a punk band in the truest sense of the word.' - PopMatters 'This is not only post post-punk, it's post post post post-punk. It's so post-everything it sounds like Paul McCartney having a lazy writing session with Jandek and Tom Waits.'- Roctober 'None of that ultra cool hipster shit going down here...What's the Point in a New C.D. Anyhow is a pure upbeat experience delivered with a sense of humor. -BabySue 'I recommend this album to anyone into the underground scene or looking for something different than the typical mainstream rock release (in a good way), it will not disappoint.'- WRUV 90.1fm, Vermont 'For those of you unfamiliar with McHugh, he's a deliciously gnarly storyteller and a brusque singer and the Grubbies are always up for a damn rough good bad time as the groove drifts from skiffle country swing to pounding rawk out. Go man go." -AD Amorosi, Philadelphia City Paper/Ice Pack 'Rock, pure and simple: that's what longstanding band Grubstake is delivering with their newest record, Anyhow.' - WLUR 91.5fm, Virginia 'P.W. McHugh and the rest of Grubstake deliver a brilliantly twisted blend...and it manages to improve with age.'- The Deli Magazine Philadelphia 'Named for an arcane mining term, Grubstake have been hammering out mud-caked guitar-drum blues for about a decade now...McHugh's been around long enough to know when to throw a monkey wrench into the works'.- Philadelphia Weekly 'Anyhow' bursts out of the gates smashing genres as Grubstake continues to develop their unique sound, borrowing from punk, folk, soul, and rock along the way. Uptempo, wryly profane, and absolutely scorching, the newest offering features remixes, accordions, and violins cemented together by P.W. McHugh's patented guitar stylings and razor sharp vocals.