"The hearts of The Boondocks are beating to the rock god and pretty hard.
Before this new album, they must've been either meditating in a monk cell or opening their chakras in a Native American tent, because the base is as solid as rock and the
going bold like a "Dune” rocket.”
- Peeter Kormašov, Eesti Ekspress
"With post-punk and indie music influences, Soup Can Pop Band is a
tribute to two music traditions. It is timely too, wrestling with the questions
of how the individual relates to society, propped with references to trolls
and self-help literature.“
- Paula Erizanu, The Calvert Journal
Soup Can Pop Band really gets going (then no longer stops!) with the fourth song, "Shadow in the Light“, which seems to want to join New Order on the dance floor, while maintaining its own cool and careless attitude. The penultimate track "(10455)", shaking all its limbs, is already on there. It's perhaps the most overflowing instrumental craze in the domestic music scene since Lexsoul Dancemachine's drum track "Pike Jawz" last year."
- Andrei Liimets, ERR
“The Boondocks’ “Soup Can Pop Band” is a sarcastic living manual that whips, thrills and cleanses when needed. It’s a pure punk rock sound in a social sauce with a tone of 2021.”
- Kevin Loigu, Müürileht