"Nashville Tapes"- special collection of recent home studio recordings

"Saint Valentine" - five songs from a Nashville winter

"Exiles In Paradise" - recorded in Chicago, mixed in Nashville

"'Exiles in Paradise', the sophomore effort from Aaron Berg, may tilt twangy, but it’s not your run-of-the-mill Americana record. Buoyed by Berg’s strong poetic narrative bent, the tight interplay between his band, the Heavy Love, crucial accents (pedal steel and Dobro from Mike Bagwell, and fiddle from Califone’s Jim Becker on one track), and a welcome variety of tempo-shifts make the moody Exiles an early contender for one of the Carolinas’ finest country-rock entries of the year. The 10 tracks were recorded virtually live in a two-day session in Chicago with just a few overdubs added later.  The album  pulses with energy as a result

                                        - John Schacht - Shuffle Magazine - Charlotte, NC

"Folk-rap troubadour Aaron Berg kicked it up a notch with a full-band show at the Lexington Avenue Brewery on Saturday.  Berg has long been known as an introspective folk singer, but with the electric band he gets the freedom to stretch the songs a little and, ultimately, treat the listener to a different experience."

                                    - Laura Blackley - Citizen Times - Asheville, NC

"Aaron Berg’s Exile In Paradise has been in constant rotation since it hit our stereo."

                                                    - Brett at Upstate Under Your Nose.

"New York Tapes" - collected early acoustic recordings


Dan Armonaitis, syndicated Southern music critic said of the Aaron's first release:

“One of the finest folk-rock albums ever made by an Upstate musician. Only 22 years old, Berg sounds like a sage with a deep-throated vocal style that at various turns recalls Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, or Tom Waits.  Hardly a typical singer-songwriter release Berg’s debut is full of lush musical arrangements and diverse instrumentation that make it clear Berg is a serious artist with unlimited potential."

"Songs For Madame X" - first Brooklyn album