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W.A. Fite / Press

“The new track “Servant No. 1” is a more restrained and meditative piece that successfully juxtaposes digital elements with steady harmonica work.”

““Beating Thomas Best” and “Jack” are immediate standouts, while the mellower “Carney’s Lake” kicks off the quieter, more experimental back half... (read more)”

“QuickDFW - Song of the Week: W.A. Fite's 'Carney's Lake'”

“...Dallas musician W.A. Fite (better known as Exit 380's Dustin Blocker) has pulled the wraps off a new clip, this one for the contemplative Carney's Lake...(read more)”

“This is not the subtle indie pop of The Postal Service... This is forceful, rock-oriented, electronic music... (read more)”

“Beginning with the buzzing electronics of "Sergeant F. Head," it's abundantly clear that W.A. Fite is a unique and promising endeavor. Each track incorporates a different style,...(read more)”

"Poisoning the Medicine Tree" is a diverting, occasionally trying collection of songs swaddled in all manner of shambling electronica. It's nothing much to write home about...(read more)

“ W.A. Fite was worked to make music, and made nothing doing it. I could say more, but what for?  You should check this one out, I can say it’s different… and guarantee it!”

“...Fite's first single, Western in A...an appealing gritty clip that functions a micro travelogue of the DFW area as well as providing an interesting contrast with the decidedly electronic impulses of Fite's tune (read more)...”

“...singer Dustin Blocker has just released his first solo venture under the pseudonym W.A. Fite...(read more)”