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"Aside from the excellence of the playing it’s the atmosphere conjured up by the tunes which really makes an impact." [2/21/19]

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—Paul Kerr, Babble N' Smoke

"Reverend Screaming Fingers’ cinematic, surfy instrumental themes don’t often scream, but boy do they resonate. And there are no doubt films in development screaming out for these songs." [2/5/19]

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—New York Music Daily

"The guitar wizard won’t tell you where you’re headed. It might be the film set for a ‘70s Spaghetti Western or a night trip through Metropolis." [2/28/17]

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—Magnet Magazine

"The Reverend is a guitar man and his music is inherently never insists the instrument upon you in in the music in any kind of imposing way. Its presence, while always very much there in the moment, is expertly blended and always seems to know when to pull back."


“No Destination” moves like a fever dream. Its rise and fall dances with a melodic guitar as the blistering day turns to sacred night." [10/12/18]

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—Skope Magazine

"You owe it to yourself to go check out this amazing and truly unique guitarist. He has chops, he has wicked control over his timbre, he’s innovative, he’s edgy, he’s humorous…really, one of the more impressive experimental sets I’ve heard in a long while, and I play experimental festivals A LOT!!!"

—Rick Walker, Founder Y2K Int’l Live Looping Festival

"The Reverend Screaming Fingers bridges both the divine and unthinkable as solo navigator and musical man-without-a-country. Startling patience…Bending caterwaul."

—Mitch LeMay, KFJC

"Fingers of silver and ears like a bat."

—Gunnar Madsen (The Bobs)

"…single-handedly redefines the concept of cowboy-boot-gazin’ ambient music while smoking Pell Mell and flirting w/ Ennio Morricone."


"…truly inspired six-string mayhem."

—Hit Sessions

"Like a good demo reel, it showcases his diversity as a tunesmith, yet the quality of the pieces here is vastly better than most demos." 

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—Lucid Culture

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