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Noah Gabriel / Press

“Chicago area artist Noah Gabriel has multiple albums to his credit and it's clear he revels in the studio. 'Peg-leg Killer Jonez" is eerie and elegaic, as the artist's brooding voice is accompanied by compelling sonic touches. 'Austin Bound' lightens the mood, a song with lots of rural feel thanks to crisply recorded mandolin, banjo and an echoplexed harmonica. 'Poor Flat Bastard' has folk/bluegrass undertones with attitude, and shows Gabriel's liking for vivid yet oblique lyrics. All in all, material is solid, treatment is inspired.”

“Every now and then an artist or group transcends themselves and makes a giant leap forward. The Beach Boys did it with Pet Sounds, U2 did it with The Joshua Tree, Green Day did it with American Idiot and Aurora native and still local artist Noah Gabriel just did it with his fifth album, "Ghosts of Tomorrow"...a virtually perfect combination of blues, alt country, roots, rock and, yes, even soul music.”

"Noah's music is so authentic. It defies labels. He's a true artist."

Lisa Dent of US 99

“Noah Gabriel is a brilliant and refreshing guitarist. I had the pleasure of watching him play 'live' in Chicago and was amazed by his talent. He really is something special and I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys a blues/rock sound. This is playing of the highest quality and the songs are original. Influences are apparent from Stevie Ray Vaughan to John Mayer - there is no doubt - but this stands listening in it's own right - and when you have heard this - get his 2nd album 'Truth, Love, Faith & Soul' which is equally as good as this.”