The Sun  five stars

"This Masterful Album"
"Wonderfully Scary Stuff"

The observer  four stars

"Dark but dashing"

The Times  four stars

"Marvellously vigorous,
sardonic and atmospheric"

The Financial Times  four stars

"An intriguing concept album"

music OMH

"A treat for the ears" - "epic, sweeping"

the arts desk  four stars

"A cavalcade of deranged acts"

uncut

"Brilliantly OTT"

four stars  Classic Pop

"Its soundtrack revels in its
own sense of melodrama"

four stars  Record Collector

"Sumptuous, cinematic swoon"
"Compelling, immersive performances"

four stars  Prog

"A stunning contemporary production"

The Guardian

"The searing Almond is
magnificent all through"

The Independent on Sunday

"Beautiful and dramatic music"

Thames Delta

"A fine album, without peers"
"A dark rhythmic beast"

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Esquire

"Harle gallops across his musical terrain with the attitude of Axl Rose. Terrifyingly extreme and magnificently audacious, Harle is a powerful force in British jazz and pop, and has the integrity, passion and vision to challenge listeners"
Raymond Tuttle

“Harle gallops across his musical terrain with the attitude of Axl Rose”
Esquire USA

“Harle is a saxophone legend ”
Bild-Zeitung

“Harle - the Alchemist of Ambient Soundscapes ”
The Guardian

“John Harle’s music is complex, darkly humorous and full of ear-catching quirkiness ”
The Washington Sunday Times

“Terrifyingly extreme and magnificently audacious, Harle is a powerful force in British jazz and pop”
Esquire USA

“Sexy, sassy saxophone from John Harle”
BBC News

“John Harle, a soloist of barbarous splendour”
The Sunday Times