"Hushed melodic sub-synth themes dodge around walls of alternately post-punk and industrial guitars, fitting perfectly into the hyper-sexualised, obnoxious stereotype headed by followers of perverted 'Teaches of Peaches' disciples like Stinkmitt."
"Male and female vocal trade offs, corralling verses of pseudo-psycho, sexually-analytical lyrics without nearly as much cheek as even X-tina bothers with."
"Who doesn't love a sexy party? Ones where the participants are smokin' hot, as is the case with this Red Deer quartet, are especially great."
"I expect the term Sex Party will soon hold a whole new meaning; Look for it in the lights."
"It’s really that hipster, Spin magazine, dance-electro rock with the tight American Apparel spandex, you know what I’m saying? Musically they’re great and they’ll get the party started."