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Under The Gun Review - Interview "Empathy is folky Americana done right and serves as one of this year’s strongest undiscovered releases." - (July 23, 2015)
PopDose - EP Review "His cover of Sam & Dave’s hit “Hold On, I’m Coming” is in second position and gets a backwoods makeover that, while indistinguishable from the original arrangement, contains a sense of urgency and danger, which makes it a stellar reimagining." - (July 2, 2015)
Short and Sweet NYC - EP Review "Once again Morgan manages a cozy little gem of a tune with his singing over just the perfectly produced bed of sound." - (June 26, 2015)
The Future FM Blog - EP Review "Songs like “Lost At Sea” show a truly remarkable ability to craft an atmosphere, with reverb-laden violin by Chicago native Sarah Blick and mournful low-end movement courtesy of Ohio cellist Greg Byers. Bold and creative, Morgan is the sound of a bold new generation of folk musicians. - (June 15, 2015)
Nashville Music Guide - EP Review "I could listen all day and all night.  Empathy for Inanimate Objects has become my mantra for writing. It is, I do believe, the best album I’ve reviewed this year." - (Sheryl Craig, June 14, 2015)
Sleeping Bag Studios - EP Review "Get this guy a couple more solo albums under his belt and I think we'll be hearing a lot more from Morgan on the regular; he's a wonderfully authentic artist with real heart & real emotion that bleeds sweetly into his melancholy melodies." - (June 11, 2015)
Under The Press - EP Review "Matthew Morgan is more than just a guitar player and soulful singer" (June 7th, 2015)
Scallywag Magazine - EP Review "Matthew Morgan can write the hell out of a folk song but you don't have to be in a funk to take it in" - (June 7, 2015)
Pure M - EP Review "Sonically, it really sums up what Morgan is about, soothing folk music with great melody and instrumentation.  This is definitely one to check out to get your folk rock fix" - (June 4, 2015)
The Big Takeover Magazine - EP Review "...his woodsy picking style brings to mind Neil Young's early 70's recordings, and his own tenor voice suggests Young was obviously a major guiding force for Morgan musically." - (June 4, 2015)