“Garrett has surrounded himself with some established Nashville talent and the opening track ‘What Can I Say’ allows the fiddle of Jenee Fleenor and Michael Douchette’s pedal steel to drive a scene setting piece of honky-tonk. Garrett delivers a contemporary country debut with bite”
“Case Garrett is the embodiment of 21st Century Country Music.”
americana music show
“...disarmingly wry observations and swaggering roadhouse country music.By all accounts, the songs on Aurora are somewhat autobiographical and none more so than ‘Long Way Down,’ one of the slower, sadder country songs you will ever hear. This is an excellent album.”
"Someone needs to step up to fill the Townes Van Zandt void and it takes some real living to be able to do that. This is the long awaited antidote to sippy-cup country. Check it out."
liverpool sound & vision
"All embracing, Aurora stands out because the artist is unafraid to look deep into his soul and paint what he sees; there is no finer expression of love for the personal truth than that."
off the record
"While the cut called ‘The Thought Of You’ may seem, as Garrett admits, ‘slightly irreverent,’ it is a hidden gem in terms of its tongue-in-cheek approach. It would work well as an aural palate cleanser on any college
“...Somewhere between Townes Van Zandt and Blaze Foley, but straightforward like James McMurtry.”—Altcountry.NL