These guys are neck deep in late ‘80s/early ‘90s college indie rock—soporific rhythms, loud guitars, slightly whiny vocal delivery and hooks for days. Sonically, they come off at times like some unholy reimagining of Dinosaur Jr. as a shoegaze band, a description that might sound a little worse than the end product. In truth, it’s quite catchy, well executed, and pretty danged good, all told, if maybe a couple of decades past the really big money.

 –jimmy (Exit Stencil)