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“With guitar somewhere between the clean picking of Townes Van Zandt and the poppy strumming of Mason Jennings; unassuming, yet confident and eerily-similar-to-early-Jeff-Tweedy vocal stylings; and a generally good vibe akin to Tom Petty, Mather -- with some slightly-needed lyrical development -- will be the one being covered.”
“As a music director at a progressive radio station I am always looking to our "local heroes" for something to freshen up the playlist. Justin Mather's "Riverside" has found a spot on the list. It has a great flowing sound and stands out when it hits the air.”
“Mather isn't about snappy hooks or instrument tricks; he plays straightforward, dark-timbre rock that can recall an early Wilco (the title track), Death Cab For Cutie ("Hiding Your Eyes") and even Bob Dylan ("The Elevator Song").”