"Bright colorful and relatively analog, with leanings toward The Ramones or '60s girl groups if Brian Eno had taken up the production. Good fun!"
"Like a grungier and more layered Best Coast"
– Brooklyn Vegan
"For fans of Sleigh Bells — but sub in post-grunge jangle for noisecore."
– Entertainment Weekly
"Grimy meets shiny in Sleepy Kitty's music. The duo's chugging drums and crunchy guitars are sweetened by catchy melodies and vocal harmonies that summon memories of 1960s-era girl groups."
– Boston Globe
"Indie rock band Sleepy Kitty is making waves, especially after their recent feature on NPR Music. The music video emphasizes the duo's aesthetic appeal, a key element for many successful acts these days. However, unlike some other image-conscious groups, Sleepy Kitty's music speaks for itself."
– Black Book
"A winning blend of cheery pop and crunchy Clinton-era guitar rock informed by Tin Pan Alley standards and Busby Berkley musicals.."
"Unique emotive vocals slipping over vintage rock instrumentation... [Don't You Start] is a great reminder of the potential behind this art-pop duo"
– All Things Go
"A solid pop outfit, with a definite garage tinge."
– Performer Magazine
"The duo can thrash and wail with the best of '90s post-punk."
– Riverfront Times