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Chris Kasper / Press

“Kasper’s Chasing Another Sundown is such a beautiful varied collection of songs, it’s almost impossible to describe them. They stylistically clip everything from ballad and bluegrass to crooning and folk, yet there is an idyllic sense of purity to each. Perfectly produced and as clear as a placid lake or crisp autumn morning, perhaps it shouldn’t come as a surprise that his simplicity still warranted him a contest win with Ragged. “I’m really serious about making good music, and I don’t get too wrapped up in my image or contests or huge web presence,” Kasper says. “The music is all I really focus on. I keep things simple in terms of style, but go way deep when I’m writing and recording. I don’t care about much else. I don’t pursue any certain style of music either; I try to be as open to my abilities as I can be and let things come through.” Though the formula appears fairly straightforward, the results are simply gorgeous.”

"...Chris Kasper knocks me out with the quality of his themes, his lyrics and memorable melodies. Chris is a heavy hitter and his new album proves it.

Gene Shay - Gene Shay, WXPN, Philadelphia

"It is this never the same river twice mentality that we love about Kasper’s work, and one of the many things that keeps us coming back to it time and again, always pleased to find something new and never ordinary."

"...Chris Kasper finds there's still some purchase left in the worn "acoustic singer songwriter" format for subtle originality. Kasper is an inventive guitar picker and strummer with a pleasing rasp of a voice who offers up a collection of pretty gritty and wistful tracks on this album, from the deep burnished groove of "Bit Older" to the delicate and beautiful "The Stoop". There is something equally rootsy and ethereal about the Philadelphia residents songs, which often seem to drift by like fat clouds in a summer sky..."