"I was lucky enough to hear Wes Buckley and friends play a live set at Honor Roll Studios, at the Stationery Factory, performing in front of a big and beautifully analogue Studer recording console. There was enough tape there to wrap most of Dalton. But that Studer was nothing, compare to the analogue radicality of of Wes's set, his delicate, wailing vocals bending themselves around quirky, handmade, instruments. There was a kind of quivering genius at work."
-Joe Thompson, Director Mass MoCA
"Buckley gracefully – and frequently – oscillates between the weirder and the 'normal' ends of the Americana spectrum; the twang from his electric guitar is strictly in that tradition, but the periodic string flourishes expertly tow the indie folk/freak folk line…the common ingredient is exceptional songwriting"