Doug Tuttle


Generally favorable reviews - based on 8 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 8
  2. Negative: 0 out of 8
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  1. Jan 28, 2014
    It’s an album custom-made for deep headphone listening, and Tuttle and his cohorts pack the stereo field with incident and instrument.
  2. Jan 28, 2014
    While Mmoss created a small but memorable body of work, Doug Tuttle proves their former guitarist has the talent and the vision to create music just as remarkable all by himself; hopefully, he won't have to have his heart broken again in order to deliver another set of music this engaging.
  3. May 28, 2014
    Doug Tuttle carries much of MMOSS' fuzzy nostalgia—it just does it through a one-man show.
  4. Q Magazine
    Mar 18, 2014
    It's a good sound, and he has past form here. [Apr 2014, p.120]
  5. Feb 12, 2014
    These moments feel like indulgent outliers to a typically controlled and compelling record, but even at its most indulgent, this record remains a solid and charming set, one that marks a fresh and exciting new start for Doug Tuttle as a solo musician.
  6. Mojo
    Feb 11, 2014
    The result is a dazzlingly crafted bunch of hazy, West Coast pop gems stuffed with Santanaesque six-string wizardry. [Mar 2014, p.91]
  7. Jan 28, 2014
    The record's very nice, but swimming alongside adequacy rather than soaring for the top isn't a wonderful career move.
  8. Jan 28, 2014
    Some may find Tuttle’s hushed vocals a bit too insubstantial to last over the course of a whole album, and others may be turned off by all the psych trimmings. Yet fans of MMOSS will find much to satiate any need for a new fix and there’s enough evidence on this debut to suggest that Tuttle could well start to emulate those he holds in thrall, given time.

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