"Cologne-based saxophonist Christina Fuchs and her quartet No Tango celebrate clever, effervescent music on their second album. Among the bandleader's many compositional techniques is creating intricate rhythmic patterns...."
Jazzthetik 6/12

"Whether intentional or not, accordion— tango music's instrumental voice — is the dominant character in No Tango's third album. It takes only a few notes to trip switches in the listener's  head that open the mind to the melancholy sound streams that characterize tango. But the 'No' clearly indicates that there is just no tango here ... "
Jazzpodium 6/12

„...Oster also lent solid support to Christina Fuchs' quartet NoTango, the leader's various reeds (curved soprano, tenor, bassclarinet) complemented by FlorianStadler (accordion) and Hillmann (drums), who busily shifted tempos and suitable rolls as if manufacturing waves over which his bandmates could happily surf..."
Laurence Donohue-Greene, The New York City Jazz Record 3/12

"...everything's a game. A game with sounds, voices, traditions, ideas, and words...This evening the audience remained still and focused for two hours without interruption."
Neue Passauer Zeitung 9/08

" ...No Tango has found a unique sound, outside of all traditions, without ignoring them.
Lübeck-Kunst&Kultur 8/08

"...strong, free grooves...although steadfastly energetic, it is still a music full of lightness...It feels as there is no end to the stories they can tell through the beauty of improvised music." JazzPodium 5/08

"...the combination of woodwinds, percussion, bass and accordion is really fresh, mindful, and creative music."
Melodiva 1/08

"Certainly the title of the album, which also is the band's name, wants to provoke. And certainly there is some Tango, but not the authentic one...these four musicians play a game with expectations.."
Jazzthing 11/07