"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

" EULA is unhinged, rabid, and utterly charming... the atmosphere is suffocating and unsettling,
but it also feels like a place you’ll want to revisit again and again,
even if it’s only because on some level you like the pain."
" - Stereogum

"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

EULA rings up the Riot Grrrls . . ." - A.V. Club

"Brooklyn trio EULA explore the boundaries of post-punk to an abrasively sexy degree…
from the traditional, morbid intellectualism of the godfathers of the “movement” to the noisy,
dissonant, and often downright scary experimentalists associated with post-no-wavers
to the transgressive playfulness of Riot Grrrl… and many of the things in-between.
" - Philthy Mag

"...EULA stood out for their mix of peak-Deerhoof hyper-prog and raw PJ Harvey power.
Single "I Collapse" is all power, but not for lack of precision: It's a steadily throbbing,
tension-and-release garage-rocker with the alluring dangerousness of early Yeah Yeah Yeahs."

"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

"When they’re serene, the songs could soundtrack cuddling with your feline,
but when things start to roar, well, it may seem like Mr. Whiskers
got into your Babes In Toyland albums and wants to get wild."
- New Noise Magazine