"Second up were the ever-entertaining Mono LPs – firm favourites of the Liverpool rock circuit – who this evening were a four-piece of acoustic guitars, cello and bass; always worth hearing, some light hearted banter helped to lessen the somewhat serious atmosphere erected by staging and respectfully silent audience. It was interesting to hear this group in a slightly unorthodox setting, and the cello playing of Vicky Mutch and lead guitar of Luciano Verghini were particularly clear and resonant. That said, it was the confident and assured vocal of Ste Reid which defines the Mono LPs sound; his gliding and gritty tenor gave songs like ‘Look At Those Legs’ propulsion and vigour, even though these were being performed acoustically. Their quieter context allowed for some rarely heard numbers to be aired such as ‘Chancy Gardener’, with a more country feel again reflecting another, pensive side of the band. A tight set, reflecting their years of experience as a group was well-received with the highlight of them being the melancholic and emotive finale, ‘6 AM’."
Mark Jones, Mellowtone, LEAF,2012(Gig Review)