"The sample-laced indie-pop track is a triumphant return for Huxlee, sounding polished and aptly rough around the edges, "Big Breath In" sees Notey's vocals shine as she quickly delivers through the track's cutting lyrics."
-The Line of Best Fit
"With a unique blend of melodies, samples of west african drum beats and a 1970’s vinyl called “country porn” she creates something mesmerizing and filled with a refreshing honesty that strikes us with the truth in a way that stays with us"
- Wolf in a Suit
"Soft rock productions spiced up with textural electronic melodies, matched with guitar rifts and Huxlee's endearing vocals, she shares her own unique flow and style."
"It's a truly enchanting song as it's kept simple, and in its simplicity becomes quite dreamy and hypnotic in the most soothing way."
- Indie Shuffle
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"The EP’s title track, “Teammate,” shows Huxlee’s alternative side with strong lead vocals and deep upright bass chords. This track will take you through two minutes of the pure feeling of power and control. It sticks to a steady drum beat, easily able to be felt through one’s veins."
"Its title track was cut from a different pantsuit with manifold percussion, jazz-ish rhythms, and brutally open lyrics."
“If I Don’t Get On TV” echoes of country music of the ’60s and ’70s. With its intimate, acoustic approach and the lush vocals of Notey, the song could be one sung by June Carter.