"Steve Lawson is a brilliant musician. I've known about him and listened to him for many years. He may not be one of the most famous bassists but he is definitely one of the most talented." -
— Victor Wooten
"Lawson's writing and his phenomenal command of the possibilities of looping creates a compelling and surprising variety of sounds one would never imagine the bass capable of producing."
— JazzWise Magazine
"Steve's complex array of sound and rare, intimate touch are rapidy turning him into one of the most influential bassists in the world"
— Bass Guitar Magazine
"Taking you from new-age jazz to Starsky and Hutch, this solo bassist is a must-see for anyone who’s ever harboured dreams of being a professional musician. Catch him while he’s hot!"
— Three Weeks Magazine
"Lawson's solo bass compositions include palettes of lush sonic soundscapes and layers of ambient textures which have helped to redefine the art of looping and live performance as a solo bassist."
— International Institute Of Bassists
"sensuous melodies intertwine and fall away with the intimacy of Talk Talk's Spirit of Eden and the cinematic production values of Brian Eno"
— Sid Smith
"The marvelously musical result on Lawson's second [solo] album, which tends toward a mellow, ambient vibe that sometimes recalls new age music and '80s art-rock, has as much to do with Lawson's melodic sense as it does to do with his technical mastery"
— Bass Player Magazine
“# "The richness of this music makes for a rewarding listening experience on all levels and I think Steve's approach represents a real step forward for the art of solo bass."”
— Michael Manring