"strong tracklist – kicking off with Mitchell Museum’s 'Warning Bells', the Scottish highlights include the gorgeous harmonies of 'Crash Your Face' by Blue Sky Archives, the tingling 'Electric Touch' of Nevada Base and the slow-building-to-a-trumpeted-finish blare of 'Thurso' by Over the Wall"
"as you sift through the tracks, it becomes evident that Saraseto Records have a real eye for talent ranging from not only Glasgow and London but to as far as Los Angeles and Toronto. 4/5"
Is This Music?
"A fine compilation from Saraseto Records"featuring bands from Scotland, England, US, Canada and Italy"
"Toronto’s Bravestation give us ‘Clocks & Spears’, a lovely synth wonder calling to mind Yeasayer, and Italians Welcome Back Sailors keep the laid-back electro pop vibe going with ‘Skateboard’. Staying in the same genre, a word of praise has to go to Nevada Base‘s ‘Electric Touch’, a demented slice of noisy nonsense"
The Line of Best Fit
"Thurso marks a very appropriate finale to Everywhere we are, incorporating the musical and lyrical dexterity present in the whole album, and leaving the listener with a sense of satisfaction and optimism that will last long after the album has finished. 9/10"
“Everwhere you are is a compilation of tunes from their lineup of great artists. It is stacked up with groups like Bravestation, Blue Sky Archives, The Cinnamons and a long list of others. It will give you your indie fix for a guaranteed 72 day minimum"
The Ignition Switch
"They’ve opened with a bang, releasing the 15 track Everywhere You Are compilation featuring some familiar Scottish acts – Mitchell Museum, Nevada Base and Blue Sky Archives – and some from further afield like Canada’s Loon Choir and LA’s Eastern Conference Champions"