—Cody Uhls, I Am The Industry
"With poetic lyrics that fall in a Bob Dylan-esque category, Williams sings with a graceful melodious voice reminiscent of the scratchy tone and range of Ed Sheeran." [6/27/17]
—Rachel Cholst, Adobe and Teardrops
"Whetherman brings some Southern swing and British folk to his cautionary "This Land." [6/27/2017]
"This Land is indie-folk stripped down to its barest elements; it’s a sweet and simple tune that glimmers with honesty and heart in lo-fi glory." [6/22/2017]
—Duncan Haskell, Songwriting Magazine
"This collection of songs by Nicholas Williams is a contemplative commentary on the current state of America...His nomadic folk is the perfect canvas for the topic." [6/18/17]
—Kerriann Curtis, Wordkrapht
"Nicholas Williams, the man behind Whetherman is one of the hardest working musicians you will ever have the pleasure of encountering." [5/15/2017]
"The harmonica-adorned 'What Am I Supposed To Think' is below, a simple and direct folk tune that saunters along charmingly."
—Music Court Blog
“Take one seasoned, bucolic folk artist whose music inspires laid back scenes of pastoral pastures and fresh water streams...”
“He plays some of the most wonderful folk melodies, and sings poetic lyrics that are sure to resonate with you.”
“Focused on Williams’ heavenly voice framed by soft guitar strum.”
“Proof of the singer-songwriter’s hard work and growth over the years.” (Seeds for Harvest album review)
—WordKrapht, Kerri Curtis
"5 out of 5 stars for fans of folk."
—Indie Music Reviewer
"Sunny, soulful folk music that is irresistible."
—BBC Radio Norfolk
"Completely beautiful, a delight to the ears."