Casey Fallen / Press

"This CD is a journey that keeps on going and the passion remains all the way until the end. His rather simplistic, almost under bearing musical personality, infectious style, insurmountable talent and zest for life is more than apparent on “Atmospheric Disturbances.” "

“4 out of 5 stars" - "These songs are passionate, real, interesting, alluring, and consistently well delivered.”

“When you hit play and listen to the first few tracks: “Fragile”, “Last Glance” and “city Lights” and “Fox in a Box” you will quickly be blessed and enlightened by the musical presence of Fallen and Osborne”

“4 out of 5 rating" - "Ninety seconds into the first track “Fragile” two of the first things crossing your mind is: 1) How undeniably truthful and honest the music sounds, and 2) why the heck haven’t I heard of Casey Fallen yet?”

“8 out of 10 stars" - "The album feels like a slow, groovy dream, where you never know what to expect round the next bend”

“The whole CD is wonderfully conservative yet a bit refined and full of what I would call powerful melodic energy with music that appeals to so many different senses on so many different levels.”

“A Rating" - "From the hushed and gentle tones of My Bloody Valentine and Mazzy Star to the sensitive delivery of Elliott Smith, vocals on the album go down pretty smooth with the melancholy lyrics.”

“The mood is pungent, dark and ever so representative of the true Hollywood experience, the climb to fame and stardom stripped of its glamour. Instead what is revealed is the tone of prevailing truths within the mountain of glitter and lights. ”