"Easygoing folk-rock experimenter ..."
"One of ReverbNation's most promising artists ..."
"... earnestness that diffuses cynical derision"
“Frederick Ingram’s proletarian folk is unstudied and sincere, and his Elements EP plays, at times, like a lo-fi Kate Bush or less pedantic Peter Gabriel. “Ephemery,” in particular, is indebted to off-kilter ’80s pop, its chorus-heavy guitar copping Andy Summers’ tone circa Synchronicity, its insistent bass throb and sparse synthesized drums bringing to mind yacht rock’s blown spume and flung spray.”
“So great ... really dreamy and atmospheric.”
“I suggest checking his music out!”
“Worth getting out of my jammies for.”
"The Mount Everest of Folk Rock"
“One the most unique, most original songwriters I’ve ever known, and an exceptional and disciplined guitarist as well.”