Coverage of ‘Dreamhouse’

One of the Top 20 albums of 2010! Brimming with feel-good California vibes, the warmth of acoustic folk rock and nylon string classical guitar, and incredibly well-crafted songs, Steve Poltz’s Dreamhouse is a marvel of skillful songcraft. Best of all, Steve’s positive and witty personality shines through all the craftsmanship, forever imprinting his work with the beauty of humanity. Or to boil it down to three words, “easy to love.” –Popdose

“It’s hard not to go overboard on the superlatives when talking about Steve Poltz, and Dreamhouse is simply the next in a series of great albums by a singer/songwriter who should be lionized with Hall of Fame fervor.” –Cincinnati Citybeat

“Dreamhouse really shows a mature song writer that is able to benefit from his experience and still try new sounds.” –HeroHill

“…one of the year’s best new albums…a record that is undoubtedly a folk-pop masterpiece.” –Popdose

“…a charming, emotionally loaded collection of songs.” –CHARTattack

“…an undeniable youthfulness…” –Now Toronto

“…succinct, sweet-natured folk-pop effort…” –The Toronto Star

“…maybe Plaskett simply adds fuel to Poltz’s fire. Both artists share an affinity for the casual, down-home sort of finger-picking that reminds you of home, no matter how far away you are from your home.” –Skope Magazine

“Wow. This is one of those cases where all the pieces fit together just right. Dreamhouse will definitely end up being one of our top favorites albums of 2010…To say we’re blown away by the songs on Dreamhouse would be a vast understatement. These songs aren’t just good. They are…incredible.” – Baby Sue

“Dreamhouse is a gorgeously lyrical record. Poltz’s trademark charm and whimsy is here, but there are also more difficult sentiments too” –The Coast, Halifax

“From Poltz’s music you can really get the sense of the troubadour in him, Many of his songs mention places far off, such as Kosovo, Bosnia and Mexico. He sings about these places with such beauty that you can almost feel yourself right there…This album is really a bit of a hidden gem.” – Grayowl Point

Additional Coverage of Dreamhouse:
Steve Poltz: License Plate Eyes – Oliver di Place, Musings on music. New Discoveries and Old Favorites.

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