According to Goldmine, Jeffrey Dean Foster is "a rugged individualist whose music speaks to the soul and comes from the heart." The site says Foster's new EP, I'm Starting To Bleed, is "a riveting work, and in spite of its brevity, it rings with a rugged resilience that drives the emotions to full flourish. Recorded in lockdown, Foster plays practically all the instruments with production and engineering assistance from Don Dixon and Mitch Easter, among others. So too, with its steady stream of unrepentant rockers, it’s a sturdy reminder of the wealth of reasons why Foster is so deserving of wider recognition." Read the review here, and get the EP on your airwaves now.