Feature Story, Austin American Statesman:

” … chants and carols, dips and whirls, wild rides and dreamy musings; as well as beguiling apparitions … Admirers might delight in the faint echoes of Brian Eno, George Gershwin, film noir soundtracks or Middle Eastern filigrees.”
—Michael Barnes, Austin American Statesman

” … a lush journey that stands with the best of ECM Records. Not quite jazz or rock, not really New Age, Light Shines Through occupies its own space.”
—Michael Toland, Austin Chronicle

“Light Shines Through has a romantic quality with the feel of a dreamy landscape that takes me into a world of colors and sound.”
—Alejandro Escovedo

Reviews links for Light Shines Through (2012):

Austin Chronicle

Jupiter Index

Reviews for A Dance in Red (2009):

Top-10 Albums of 2009: DJ Picks, KUT: A Dance in Red “A first class collection of moody, almost ‘ambient’ instrumental landscapes. Rock with jazz overtones or vice-versa? Either way, the sleeper of the year.” —David Brown, KUT/NPR Austin

“Crescendos wonderfully.” —Austin Monthly

“One listen to the opener “Dance in Red” and it’s apparent that one should brace themselves for an engaging blend of Middle Eastern, blues, rock, ambient, jazz and classical influences … In the Middle East, the color red symbolizes sacrifice, courage, love and passion. Harvey and his star-studded affair capture that mood. Whereas Harvey was more of a timekeeper in the Bump Band, here he is able to display the full extent of his talents in a thoroughly engrossing musical setting.” —Jeff Boyce, Jupiter Index