Baby Teeth was meant to be this pop band, very simple songs, and people thought it was completely bizarre."
People Issue profile, 2013
The band was disarmingly honest in their chat with us on why they don't care about being cool, the journey of growing older and how they found a way to make music fun again."
It's animalistic, entertaining and sexy."
That quirky sense of humor has been essential to the trio’s defiantly smooth synth-pop."
Integration of FM-era pop, from glam to power pop, bandannaed cock-rock and New Romanticism, shouldn't come this easy, or sound this good."
the album is a pure, understated joy, striking just the right balance of braininess, frivolity, and heart."
Greatness is making people want to get sweaty together, wanting to glitter and get gold."
Enough earthshaking riffs and anthemic bluster to fatten the entire fifth grade at the School of Rock . . . the perfect roof-down joyride for backstreet summertime slumming."
Pitchfork, 2007 (track review of "The Simp")
It's filthy, oily lounge glam with nods to the Bee Gees, Queen, and CCR popping up exactly where they shouldn't, and the boys drive home the whole arch monstrosity with gut-wrenching sincerity.”
... cool simmering breakdowns, striking climaxes, and salient sing-along choruses."
... this makes me feel like the "Footloose" soundtrack as written and arranged by The Rolling Stones."
Baby Teeth have given birth to a true labor of love."
Scene Point Blank
... the singer snarls and emotes with all the conviction of a jilted lover."
He sounds like a loser cousin fake-crooning away on a Karaoke machine after his smarter, older cousin marries the head cheerleader."
There's a risk that comes with wryness. Go too far and you're in the company of Weird Al Yankovic. Chicago's Baby Teeth escape such a fate by a delightfully thin margin.”