"We recognize them from afar, sometimes it's the hat, the gait, the smirk, the Denim, the tiles, sometimes all at once, sometimes nothing. A little something that makes one say: that one comes perhaps from Vesoul, Belleville or Clermont-Ferrand, but he's got the West in his soul. Oklahoma, Texas. The knowledge of dust, music, American myths. We recognize them from a distance. They are not very numerous in France, to know the implacable poetry of Hank Williams, Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, John Prine, or more recently John Moreland, Colter Wall, or John Fullbright. Even fewer to take their guitar and follow suit. Here is one. Who will go far. J.Aubertin."
- Baptiste W. Hamon pour Stereographics
"Adept of wide open spaces and hats, his voice warms the soul and brings the light that escapes at the edge of winter."
- Guimauve, Soul Kitchen
"Guitar, deep voice and impeccable English, this melancholy record astonished by its accuracy and maturity"
- Emmanuel Therond, Info Magazine
"Perched on his chair looking for all the world like a young French Townes Van Zandt"
- Matthew Williams, No Depression