"As I’ve said a bunch of times before, if there’s one thing I love, it’s loud rock, the kind that makes you want to drink too much, holler at the sky, and bust shit up. I’ve got an affinity for all things heavy, but the roads lead back to loud rock. Which makes praising Sasquatch’s self titled debut all that easier. Sasquatch have the classic 70s sound down pat. Keith Gibb’s guitar is thick, Rick Ferrante’s drumming and bass playing of Clayton Charles lock together, and Gibb’s singing is clear yet gruff, the sound of a man who’s spent a good amount of time chain smoking and whiskey drinking. Like I said, recommended for fans of loud rock."
"Thick sounding, heavy rock 'n' roll. Leather and denim, exhaust fumes, whisky and beer breath."
"It's big dumb rock. And I mean that in the best way possible. Totally visceral stuff, makes you want to shake your moneymaker and chug beer."