Black Diet
7inches Blog: Southside Desire/Black Diet Split 7" Review(January 31, 2014)

City Pages:  "We're some kind of bastard children." (January 28, 2014)
Paper Darts: "Black Diet has all the calories your soul needs to survive." (June 14, 2013) 

Grolar Bears: 
City Pages :  "Grolar Bears find happiness in the pursuit of symphonic funk." (August 13, 2014)

Mystery Date: 
City Pages: "It's power-pop in the classic sense..." (February 12, 2014)

Hymie's Vintage Records Blog: "....rock and roll this good should be heard." (April 9, 2014) 

Styrofoam Drone: "Their brand of muscular pop is easy and memorable, evidenced by all three of these catchy pop-punk nuggets." (April 29, 2014)

Narco States
Coke Machine Glow: "...this is a serious garage rock band looking to make loud, fun, creepy music that’s also gently controlled and dynamic—something that can’t always be said for their contemporaries." (June 4, 2013)

City Pages Interview: "We're tired of seeing watered down bands." (May 31, 2013)

The Current Blog (Minnesota Public Radio): "Narco States’ new EP is totally unhinged and a gem for all those Nuggets lovers out there, especially the editions that embraced the dirtier side of things." (January 17, 2013)

Chybucca Sounds: "...their garage-surf-meets-sunshine-pop mash-up, is a fun-filled trip down memory
lane." (January 6, 2013)

Southside Desire 
7inches Blog : Southside Desire/Black Diet Split 7" Review(January 31, 2014)

The Rift:  ""....The result: Each song is damn near perfect." Christine Mlodziik" Songs to Love and Die to Reivew(July 17, 2013)

City Pages: "Southside Desire Revamp Their Sound" (May 22, 2013)

Reviler Wunky Interview: "….Dave Matthews Band is like the Noodles and Company of Rock N’ Roll" (April 9, 2013)

The Wake: "As old-school as thumbing through stacks of dusty vinyl, but modern as finding a download card inside, their sound sits somewhere in between Twee and R&B with echoes of a Garage Punk background." (February 11, 2013)

City Pages: "It's always a little jarring to hear music that expresses an emotion you've been trying to put into words for so long." (October 25, 2012)

Southside Pride: "...they’ve got some special kind of magic, not to mention pain, which they write about—eloquently." (October 8, 2012)

Hymie's Vintage Records Blog: #1 Twin Cities Album of 2012. "So here’s the record you’ve been looking for ever since you started asking why nobody writes good songs anymore... You’re going to love this record." (December 21, 2012)

l'Etoile: "If your post-punk grit yearns to dance away its blues at a psychedelic beach party, find the cure [with Southside Desire]. (November 15, 2012)