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“Gavin Castleton's new recording is a song cycle based on his last relationship and its demise. The civil way in which the break-up occurred included having his ex write her side of things, which provided an educational yet emotional experience. Today's Top Tune is “Coffeelocks."”
"Castelton goes Justin Timberlake on "Layers" and Beck on "Unparallel Rabbits" – possibly the best on the entire album. "Oregon..." is a ballad that recalls Conor Oberst slowly morphing into the devil.... he constantly impresses with vocal control and versatility.
"Castleton has a tremendous gift for fashioning grand cinematic songs that swell with ambitious prose"
"Home is a bizarrely intriguing prog-pop album that only works because of Castleton's spectacular voice. If you want to be challenged while still enjoying pop songs, this disc's the way to go."
““The Most prolific musician on the right coast…Castleton releases more innovative records in one year than most artists will release in a lifetime.””
“ “RI’s hardest working composer/singer/writer/producer, Gavin Castleton is ravenous” ”