Yes Weekly had a lot of good things to say about Jeffrey Dean Foster in a recent article hyping an August performance in Winston-Salem. "I’m Starting to Bleed was mastered by Dave McNair, another recurrent figure in Foster’s fold, who’s worked with the likes of David Bowie, Bob Dylan, and Patti Smith," the article notes. "Influences of the three big stars (and Big Star themselves) resonate in Foster’s latest work, with Bowie mentioned amongst artists Foster followed especially while writing the record. Notes of Harry Nilsson, elements of Earth, Wind and Fire, Flamin’ Groovies, and a lot of Smokey Robinson likewise weave through the record—a simultaneous culmination and departure from Foster’s four-decade career."
Thanks to WUAG's Katei Cranford for the rad writeup, here.