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Home will grab you by the throat and REFUSE to let GO!!

I stumbled upon Gavin on purevolume. A site i frequent in hopes of finding something that stops my world. I constantly find things that attract me, things that stick in my head for weeks, but "Home" has done far beyond this. Home is completely inspirational and unparalleled. Gavin takes story telling to a new dimension, adopting every trick in the book. It is not able to be classified by any one genre, making this even more of an artistic feat. Gavin created this as a "sonic hug" to all listeners and is conceptually advanced in doing so. I have never been so enticed but such musicality since Muse's inception. You should definitely purchase this to perpetuate Gavin's career. This is one artist who should continue to be around for YEARS to come!!

Where Your Disembodied Heart Is.

Gavin Castleton's latest venture is a work of incredibly well crafted pop music the likes of which I haven't heard before. In a word, epic. "Home" is textural and genre spanning, offering a bit of something for all. The record plays like the soundtrack to the greatest romance / horror film I've never seen. Bringing the listener on a journey from the initial bliss of falling in love (the retro, 'pleasantville' sounding "Coffeelocks"), to the excited pulse of first contact (the slinky, steady build of "Sugar on the Sheets") all the way through the darkest recesses of dispare (the guttural, visceral "Oregon") and eventually, hopefully, back home.


when someone makes music because they have to, you're onto something. i'll be peeling away at HOME's layers for a very long time.

Home, Gavin Castleton
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