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Album Review

On his U.S. debut, Canadian singer/songwriter Justin Hines has created a pastiche of folk-pop styles that incorporates, at various points, orchestral strings, a sort of lite-reggae groove, solo voice with guitar, and jangly guitar rock. The thread that gently binds these disparate elements together is Hines' sweet and sometimes rather androgynous voice, and his deceptively effortless-sounding way with a melodic hook. The album's first single, "Tell Me I'm Wrong," is an attractively gauzy piece of atmospheric folk-rock with strings and a banjo, while the title track's arrangement puts voice and piano at the center and surrounds them with subdued organ and gospel-flavored backing vocals. "Nothing Better Than Today" offers pitch-perfect guitar pop that evokes a less frantic Aztec Camera, while "Somewhere in the Middle" casually appropriates a reggae feel and almost gets away with it, but then falls flat with a half-hearted rap interlude in the middle. At several points in the program, Hines retreats from the more lavishly arranged material and delivers spare and subdued voice-plus-single-instrument performances, and these are invariably nice, but he really blossoms when his arrangements do, too. Overall, this is a very impressive effort from an exceptional young talent.

Customer Reviews

"Say What You Will"

Beautiful song. :) So glad I stumbled upon your music.

Pretty good

Heard him on Opie and Anthony then heard the song Tell Me I'm Wrong and gave the cd a chance. It's pretty good you can hear an honesty with this kid you don't hear in other artists.

Stunning, amazing, deeply powerful inspiration

Justin Hines. Saw the CBS Sunday morning news spot and that's how I discovered him. What an incredible story, what an incredible talent, what an incredible man. Open your heart, watch some of his videos, buy all his albums. In the times we live in, a gleaming ray of crystalline hope in his music. I can't recommend it highly enough with words.


Born: Newmarket, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Canadian singer/songwriter Justin Hines launched his music career at the age of 14 after winning a radio contest that resulted in the budding musician singing the national anthem at a Toronto Raptors basketball game. Born in Newmarket, Ontario with a rare, genetic joint condition called Larsen’s syndrome, which confined him to a wheelchair, Hines continued to stay in the spotlight, performing on children’s television programs and eventually releasing a debut album called Sides. His second record,...
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