"Eric Selby never fails to amaze with his songwriting. This performance is not an exception, as “Orbit” is just another hit from the artist. With so many incredible singles coming from Selby this year alone, there is no telling what's coming next, but we can be sure it will definitely be something to look forward to."
"On the surface, 'Orbit' sings lightheartedly of trying to rekindle an old flame — but behind the easygoing melody lies a wealth of fascinating instrumentation and varied genres. “Orbit” will absolutely make any listeners head spin, leaving them dizzy with the genius that is Eric Selby’s work."
"If people that are alive can be reincarnated then Eric Selby may as well be Jack Johnson. Between his country style guitar riffs and his soothing voice his music puts listeners in a state of pure calm. Selby makes you want to wake up, grab a cup of coffee, throw his music on shuffle, and spend an hour on the porch while deeming it 'self-care.'"
"The way that Eric Selby is able to combine genres is honestly astounding to me...'Orbit' makes me want to drive with my windows down during a sunset, even though it’s January. I can’t wait to see what else Eric Selby is going to bless us with in 2021."
"Expectedly, his powerful vocal delivery and dynamic songwriting have sown enough seeds to turn this number into a gripping earworm. 'Orbit' is another demonstration of Selby’s ability to bring extra sparkle to everything he touches."
"“Another Page” is a cool, chill, rock and roll tune that seemingly blends Tom Petty’s “Last Dance with Mary Jane” with the vocals of The Wallflowers."
"We are excited that he’s pursuing his creative flow now because we might have found a new favorite artist. If you like “Another page” as much as we do, don’t stop there and listen to the exquisite full-length album “Do, Baby.,” released earlier this year. This is timeless, gorgeous timeless music!"
"We aren’t sure if it’s the sonic echo, or the vocals that we are initially welcomed with, but whatever it is- we are obsessed. “Another Page” released at the end of November, has been stuck in our heads since it’s debut."
"The way Another Page flows perfectly from section to section is truly astonishing. Despite the difference between the intro, verses, chorus and solo, it’s never jarring. Everything feels perfectly placed and surrounded by the ambiance of droning guitars and bells."
"A multi-genre artist, the longtime session musician stepped out front this year to release his own music, first with a full album Do Baby, then a single “Anxious Zen”, and now newest single “Another Page” out November 20."
"Eric is a sought after artist/producer, versatile in many genres of music. Eric has performed live and recorded with many talented artists"
"The track is written for a woman who is unable to step outside of her anxious, over-medicated head — but who still constantly occupies the mind of Selby. Selby’s instrumental expertise and smooth vocals are present throughout the track, and he tells the tale with ease."
"Known for his extremely unique versatility and ability to bring in influences from many different genres, Eric Selby, surprises us, yet again, with his newest single- “Anxious Zen.” A track with an interesting title, but an even more interesting sound."
"As one of the country’s best drummers, Eric Selby has been endorsed a number percussion companies, including: SonoTone Premium Guitar & Bass Strings, Canopus Drums, Soultone Cymbals, Tycoon Percussion, The Grombal-Cymbal Accessories, CymbalChief, Carmichael Thrones, BEATO Bags and Ahead Drumsticks and is a DrumART showcased artist."
"Packed with easily memorable and potent melodies, an abundance of good vibes, and an excellent but eclectic mix of instrumentation, Do, Baby. is a rock and roll album that combines the appeal of pop-oriented, radio-friendly jams with the atmosphere of contemporary, Americana-esque rock and an alternative rock aesthetic that forms a distinct and well-polished sound."
"Artist and producer Eric Selby has quickly become one of our favorites and we’re confident you will feel the same. Fresh off the release of his album Do, Baby. we got the chance to catch up with him to learn more about his overall creative process and what else he has in store for his fans!"
"This tune takes listeners back to a 70s-era Beatles aesthetic, with Selby’s vocals reminiscent to those of the infamous Paul McCartney. The track opens with a fun beat consisting of acoustic guitar and drums that will get heads bobbing immediately."
"Washington D.C. is lucky to have Eric Selby, the lauded Blues Hall of Fame Inductee. His up-and-coming release Do, Baby. will be available on all streaming platforms April 17, 2020 and this is one you do not want to miss! Traces of his influences, The Bealtes and Pink Floyd, can be felt throughout the entire album. See what Eric has to say about his life as a musician."
"When listening to Selby’s brand new album Do, Baby. it is easy to understand how this musician became so lauded. Eric grew up incredibly inspired by The Beatles and those influences are easily detected in his tracks “Conversational Snow,” “Patiently,” and “Throw It All Away.” Selby’s vocals have a powerful whispering quality about them which force people to pay attention to every word he says and the album rounds out with a masterfully nostalgic track “Old Way.”"
"Selby brilliantly intertwines iconic and soulful country music instrumental melodies with beautifully composed pop-synth vocals. Through with his unique and versatile style of production, Selby narrates this story that every listener can relate to. Capturing his fans with both detailed and passionate lyrics, this ambitiously ingenious artist creates a platform of connection and joy."
"Eric Selby has released a fabulous new track called “Conversational Snow” Such a great and exciting song. The drums and keyboard are excellent as they blend with the vocals and background harmony. Such a cool beat to dance to. Loved the lyrics too. Be sure to listen to this great track above and leave a feedback below. Add this to your playlist."
"...Defying expectations by beginning with a harmonica riff the track soon throws listeners into a nostalgic rock tune complete with the hook “there’s gotta be a better way.” The soothing vocals combined with the distorted instrumentation result in a wonderfully complimentary track..."