"Lamb, a firebomb of a lead presence, seethes against the song's deliberate walking tempo: "Years of restraint and order/ Make for bloody water," she quavers, and you can practically hear her fists ball."
                                                                                    - Pitchfork

"A petite, blonde, bundle of energy, singer/guitarist Alyse Lamb can shriek like Yoko Ono, belt like Screaming Females' Marisa Paternoster, and sing a pentatonic scale like Deerhoof's Satomi Matsuzaki in the course of one song."
                                                                                    - Village Voice

"With a feral whoop pitched somewhere between Harvey, Poly Styrene, and a baby Valkyrie with a blood-stained grin, Lamb plays the demonic cheerleader for Maurice Narcisse, one of the most infectious post-punk parties we’ve been invited to in awhile."
                                                                                    - eMusic

"Their music is packed with the loud, pointed guitar riffs and rapid basslines that would make Northeast pseudo punk proud."
                                                                                    - FensePost

"[Housewolf] starts as your little sister screeching in your ear and gives way to testosterone laden girl punk backed by 'Peter Gunn Theme'-inspired driving bass."
                                                                                - Perfect Porridge

"Totally classic art-school post-punk, takes me back to the salad days of DIY zines when music was fun."

                                                                               - Left Hip Magazine