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“It wasn’t until Seth took the stage, that the DAAC began to change. Fans were crammed from wall to wall, all eyes glued to the stage. Seth performed a set full of high-energy “gut wrenching” blues songs which changed the venue from a friends gathering into a full-on rock show.”
“Seth is on the smarter side of the pop rock blues world. He has a wonderful manic ability with words. To all who love the ugliness of Tom Waits, and the mind of Terry Gillian, somewhere in between, pick up his CD. To the Midwest in particular, keep this man working.”
“The vocals aren't beautiful, but if they were the songs wouldn't work. Instead, we get Dylan-esque rock sound. You'd think Seth might be an acquired taste. But that's the kick: it's the kind of music that has the ability to get people to go see a band live (which these days is even more important).”
“The most eclectic mix of tunes to come out of the midwest, Seth’s latest album, Capillarious, offers up a batch of uniform chaos that can be appreciated regardless of a listener’s music preferences. Even Beck doesn’t dare get as humorously dark in his songs.”
“From darkness to light, from grinding rock to folksy power pop, Seth definitely carves new ground. He also tackles "love, sex, death and a little homicidal voyeurism" (displayed on "This Much You Can Count On" with the refrain "I'm gonna kill you"). All of it is oddly, rewardingly compelling.”