Review : JASON COLLETT - Idols Of Exile
AV ClubIt isn't like the world needs another Josh Rouse, but since artfully orchestrated singer-songwriter pop is so hard to do well—and since Rouse, the genre's preeminent master, is in a minor creative lull—there are plenty of reasons to spend some time with Jason Collett, a Toronto troubadour whose Idols Of Exile is as sunny and smart as Rouse in his prime....full text
StylusMagazineIn our Best Albums Of 2005 article, my Stylus colleague Ian Cohen commented on the latest record from Broken Social Scene by saying that it “[sounded] like six of 2005’s best albums playing at the same time.” While I like Ian’s analogy, and I can see why he chooses that description, I have to differ slightly from his viewpoint....full text
JamBaseI’ll be shocked if this isn’t on mainstream radio, sandwiched between James Blunt and Dave Matthews, before I finish writing this sentence. Toronto’s Jason Collett (he's the guitarist in Broken Social Scene) makes multi-layered sensitive boy music, the kind that shows up on every Reese Witherspoon comedy soundtrack, probably during a montage involving a picnic, a goodbye in the rain, and a kitchen food fight that ends with the flour-coated leads kissing....full text
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