…so refreshing and compelling that I haven’t taken [it] out of my car stereo since I popped it in two weeks ago…one of the best debut albums I’ve heard from a band…Every song on this CD is magical.
…proof positive that sometimes when things fall apart, things can actually come together…sounds like it was poured out of a whiskey bottle and straight into a dive bar jukebox.
…ensuring maximum transistor bliss for fans of pop with a capital P.
…the band combines the 60s pop of the Kinks with the art rock of David Bowie to create a refreshing pop sound with rock grit.
…carefully crafted pop perfection, blending early ’60s Beatles and Kinks with a liberal helping of David Bowie and Queen…The resulting melody-centered cocktail goes down easy.
Die-hard fans of purist pop should take this wild ride.
…really excellent stuff that deserves to be heard.
Brit-rock inspired sound could find favour in the UK.
…offering audiences an eclectic style of rock ‘n’ roll resulting from true innovation and genuine talent.
…a rocking group that packs as much punch as a boxing kangaroo with Abbey Road blaring in his headphones.
…a marvelously textured, wide-ranging pop album.
- Best Austin Albums of 2009 Austin American-Statesman
- 5th Best Bass Guitar in the 2006-2007 Austin Music Awards
- 10th Best Rock Band in the 2006-2007 Austin Music Awards
- 9th Best Indie Band in the 2006-2007 Austin Music Awards
- 8th Best New Band in the 2005-2006 Austin Music Awards