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"In its shimmering sonics and introspective ruminations, Crawl is an album that invites and rewards close listening: full of mesmerizing facets that reveal themselves with sustained frequency." -Exclaim!
"Edmonton crooner Jom Comyn... generated a dark, evocative soundscape, with his almost lullaby vocal delivery creating an anchor of safety against the whirling tidal pool instrumentation. Occasionally, flourishes of noise shone through the soundscape, with warble and screeches adding great excitement when they rose above the other instrumentation.
None of this is to say that Comyn created any sort of racket — his songs are invariably pretty and often strikingly romantic. The last song of the set, “Change Your Mind,” came from Comyn’s upcoming record and ended the set on an energetic and upbeat note, as if Comyn wished to bring us a rainbow after the beautiful rain shower he had just given us." - Discorder Magazine
"For years, Jom Comyn has been the kind of artist that fellow Edmontonians talk about in reverence. His guitar-based compositions are enlightening, but on I Need Love he abandons that format temporarily for long-form experimentation. There’s some drone-like songs, little interludes, guitar-based lullabies, and even a full-on Motown song. It’s bold and nothing one would ever expect from Jom Comyn, which is why it’s nothing short of incredible." - Grayowl Point
"In the Dark on 99 is in many ways the realist representation of winter, the real-life counterpart to the romantic crunch of snow..." -Wake the Deaf (UK)
"Jom Comyn’s voice is like velvet...Well-crafted sound, guileless delivery, quality direction, inspiring vibe. More like this please.” –Beatroute Magazine
"In the Dark on 99 is a gentle yet relentless album borne out of his abstract-painter approach to songwriting and production." -Edmonton Journal
"Edmonton’s Jom Comyn has taken a huge step forward on In The Dark On 99. 4/5 stars" -Vue Weekly
"I haven't heard a Jom Comyn release that I didn't like… but I've never liked one as much as I do In The Dark On 99 (All The Time, All The Time)." -Hi54Lofi (UK)
"If Jom Comyn's music was a time and place, it'd be 3 AM in your linoleum walk-up apartment. When the booze is wearing off. When everyone's too tired to speak but no one wants to leave so you lay around and watch the plaster ceiling. Somehow, in the crackling guitar and distant vocals, Jom Comyn (Edmonton's Jim Cuming) captures that liminality." -Sound + Noise
"He sings like Lee Hazlewood filtered through '90s teen angst and stories by Alberta novelist Robert Kroetsch." -GigCity