'Delta  takes listeners back and forth in time with it's evocative blues rhythms and the soul-crying power of Kevin Sandbloom's voice. This is Keb Mo had he discovered the occasional beauty and simplicity certain brands of hip-hop have offered up in the past. The musicianship is stellar. Sandbloom enlisted the talents of Daniel Seeff, a well know jazz bassist in LA, and Kerim Imes, also an e stablished jazz fusion drummer from LA. What is so impressive about the recording is how careful Sandbloom is to keep the sound confined to his energy, his talents, his spirit. The drums always carry with them exactly the right energy, never overshadowing the vocals, even though they pronounce themselves boldly on such tracks as Minimum Wage. The bass playing on the record is always tasteful and just bouncy enough to provide an additional color to Sandbloom's nuanced singing and guitar strumming. Sandbloom's lyrics are honest while the band's sound holds secrets it reveals carefully as the song unfolds. Songs like 'Delta Wax' are the most blues-inspired, thick with twangy harmonics and virtuoso vocal runs. Delta proves to be a familiar sound from a brand new voice. Rest assured as music continues to bridge gaps between genres, Sandbloom will continue to create fresh new fusions for listeners to sink their ears into.' - Donn Joseph Bialik.