"Wow. I think this folkie just reinvented Americana and it feels like it must have felt when Dylan went electric at Newport.  Always a winner on his past releases, Troost turns it up so much here that the measuring stick doesn’t go that high.  Embroidering his new rock attack with dark edges, there’s still folk and Piedmont running through his veins and sound but he isn’t content to stay where he was when he can run on such high octane.  Lyrically, he’s going to knock you flat with one punch.  Killer stuff throughout, this is the work of an undeniable talent taking it to the next level of the game.  You just might not hear Americana the same way again after you take a byte of this.  Easily one of the best ‘folk’ albums to come out this year. . . . Check it out."

                            Chris Spector-Midwest Record

"Wow.  I think this folkie just reinvented Americana and it feels like it must have felt when Dylan went electric at Newport.  Always a winner on his past releases, Troost turns it up so much here that the measuring stick doesn’t go that high.  Embroidering his new rock attack with dark edges, there’s still folk and Piedmont running through his veins and sound but he isn’t content to stay where he was when he can run on such high octane.  Lyrically, he’s going to knock you flat with one punch.  Killer stuff throughout, this is the work of an undeniable talent taking it to the next level of the game.  You just might not hear Americana the same way again after you take a byte of this.  Easily one of the best ‘folk’ albums to come out this year,and we still have 9 months to go.  Check it out."

--Chris Spector, Midwest Record

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"Wow.  I think this folkie just reinvented Americana and it feels like it must have felt when Dylan went electric at Newport.  Always a winner on his past releases, Troost turns it up so much here that the measuring stick doesn’t go that high.  Embroidering his new rock attack with dark edges, there’s still folk and Piedmont running through his veins and sound but he isn’t content to stay where he was when he can run on such high octane.  Lyrically, he’s going to knock you flat with one punch.  Killer stuff throughout, this is the work of an undeniable talent taking it to the next level of the game.  You just might not hear Americana the same way again after you take a byte of this.  Easily one of the best ‘folk’ albums to come out this year,and we still have 9 months to go.  Check it out."

--Chris Spector, Midwest Record

- See more at: http://ernesttroost.com.hostbaby.com/home#sthash.z85cGR6J.dpuf