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Saint Solitude / Press

“sharply regimented keyboards, drum machines and guitars serving as a bed for buoyant pop lines about amorous isolation and disappointment”

“...touts a light touch and an arresting melody. Crosson writes very catchy indie pop numbers that -- at least as recorded -- bear none of the undesirable hallmarks of the solitary musician.”

"Inventive without being intrusive or indulgent"

Stephen Deusner, Pitchfork Contributor

"...spectral, drifting and sometimes grandiose. Dup sounds adrift at sea, and he’s not sure whether it’s a good thing or not...somewhere between a sneer and despairing sigh"

Russell's Reviews

"Think Thom Yorke's stunning bleakness, implying windblown shores and decaying cities, but view it with an optimistic eye and scatter references to Catholic dogma throughout. Really, really stunning."

Hawk Season

“he’s developed a robust sound based on live guitar and keyboard loops”

"He's basically a one-man Radiohead. Seriously."

Hillytown