Turn Time Off – qro mag

April 7, 2010

Turn Time Off spans the genres, a feature not uncommon in Myles’ previous work. After all, he’s made his name by exploring jazz, soul, blues, and pop styles, all the while maintaining a sturdy foundation of folk. The difference this time around is the emotional tone. For his fourth effort, Myles has delved into a relatively darker side of life, and the love he’s often written about in optimistic, upbeat ways. Remnants of the past are certainly not hard to find – like on “Need A Break” and “So Far Away” – but his softer, more somber side prevails throughout Turn Time Off.
     –  QROmag.com