“Three chords and the truth. Drilling down further, this is stuff influenced by (or similar to) artists like Neil Young and Will Oldham, and even people like Radiohead and Trampled by Turtles. The eight-song "Life, Death, & Disintegration" is about simplicity, humanity and directness… “ Tony Bennett, Duluth News Tribune

"Timbre Ghost sorts through the rubble on ‘Life, Death, & Disintegration’" Erica Rivera,

"With Timbre Ghost's 'The Ledger,' Dustin Tessier shakes a past that haunts him" Erica Rivera, City Pages

"... Tessier is based in Minneapolis and records and performs under the name Timbre Ghost. His debut EP under that nom de plume is “The Ledger,” a dark, pensive handful of songs that recall the work of artists like Neil Young, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, My Morning Jacket and even Sonic Youth in their quieter moments." - Tony Bennett, Duluth News Tribune

"This is good stuff. It’s easy to say that simply and directly because the music itself is simple and direct... what “The Ledger” has going for it is an interest in itself and a confidence without cockiness that should make Tessier a songwriter to watch in the coming years." - Tony Bennett, Duluth News Tribune

"Timbre Ghost’s opening track on “The Ledger” will make you wonder if he’s a bigger fan of Neil Young or Slayer. Both or neither, it doesn’t matter has he brings volumes of resignation and darker tones that are much larger than a single studio musician might suggest. Live, he plays alongside folks like Adam Patterson and Dylan Ritchie, who are more than capable of bringing his reflections to life." -T.A. Wadrope, l'étoile